Stress and the Manager by Karl Albrecht
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Ours is a fast paced world. The need to help ourselves and other professional people manage stress has never been greater. This book pioneered the wave of business interest in stress management, based on Karl Albrecht's original work with stress management training. Use Stress and the Manager as your own personal guide to managing stress, and as a resource for your managers in training programs on personal effectiveness and stress management. It covers the basic definition of stress, how it effects the body, knowing when stress is harmful and when it is not, and how to manage your life, work, and activities to keep stress within your comfort zone. Also covers techniques for managing that can help others control their stress levels. Dr. Hans Selye, father of the medical theory of stress, says, ”I would not hesitate to support this book and will give it a place of prominence in the library of our International Institute of Stress, for all those concerned with management.” Provide a copy of Stress and the Manager to every one of your managers and team leaders.

About Karl Albrecht

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Karl Albrecht is a management consultant, executive advisor, futurist, speaker, and author. As chairman of Karl Albrecht International, he oversees the practical application of his ideas through consulting, seminars, and publishing. He is a prolific writer and the author of the bestselling Service America!, The Northbound Train, Brain Power, The Power of Minds At Work, and Social Intelligence.
Published June 15, 2010 by Touchstone. 336 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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