Stress management

Stress refers to a set of responses to danger and loss of control, which man shares with many other animals. These reactions go together with hormonal changes, affect one’s reserves, exhaust one in the longer run and ultimately may lead to breakdown. Though stress can mobilize energy to deal with an emergency and get one through an unbearable episode, most stress responses are not geared to our present organizations. One must then suppress these responses, which demands extra effort and throws one in a state that is often not recognized as stress anymore. Moreover, stress is not only unpleasant and damaging for the individuals involved, but is also very contagious and can be devastating and very costly for teams and organizations.
To prevent and fight stress, we have developed a general approach which has to be custom-tailored under the name of: Stress is a Choice
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