Practical Application: Tools for Reducing Organizational Stress

Instructor: Amanda Robb

Amanda holds a Masters in Science from Tufts Medical School in Cellular and Molecular Physiology. She has taught high school Biology and Physics for 8 years.

This printout will help you recognize what types of organizational stress are occurring in the workplace, which tools to choose and how these tools can help reduce stress for you and your employees.

What Is Organizational Stress?

Have you ever felt like you just can't cope with your job? Maybe the workload is too much, or the hours are killing you. This overwhelmed feeling due to an overload of responsibilities is called organizational stress.

As you read in the chapter, Managing Organizational Stress, organizational stress can be a serious problem and cause good employees to leave the company. This printout will help you identify different types of stress and which tools can help employees deal with it.

Tools for Different Types of Organizational Stress

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