Ch 9: Time & Stress Management at Work

About This Chapter

We developed these lessons to improve your knowledge of time and stress management at work. Look at information on physiological, behavioral and psychological symptoms of work stress, as well as ways of dealing with stress in the workplace.

Time & Stress Management at Work - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter were designed to boost your understanding of time and stress management at work. Get familiar with organizational and individual techniques and methods of managing stress, as well as time management concepts. This chapter will assist you in learning more about:

  • Definitions and examples of time management
  • Job stress and time management
  • Sources of stress in the workplace
  • The consequences of work stress
  • Effects and types of fear of failure
  • Leadership and emotional intelligence

Lessons were made short so you can easily make good progress on your studies. Log in with your mobile device whenever you have a few minutes from wherever you are, and complete a lesson or two. You can submit any questions directly to the instructors.

8 Lessons in Chapter 9: Time & Stress Management at Work
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What is Time Management? - Definition, Examples & Studies

1. What is Time Management? - Definition, Examples & Studies

There are more options today than ever before for ways to spend our time - or waste it! Read on to learn why and how we can better manage our most scarce resource.

Time Management & Job Stress

2. Time Management & Job Stress

Time management is something we all deal with as our lives get more hectic. In this lesson, we will address time management and the stress it can put on an individual in the workplace.

Stress in the Workplace: Definition, Sources & Meaning

3. Stress in the Workplace: Definition, Sources & Meaning

The workplace is a constant source of stress for individuals. Managers need to understand the different sources of stress. Work demands and nonwork demands are the two major sources of stress that individuals face daily.

Consequences of Stress at Work: Physiological, Psychological & Behavioral Symptoms

4. Consequences of Stress at Work: Physiological, Psychological & Behavioral Symptoms

Stress can affect individuals in many different ways on the job. Individual Stress consists of physiological, psychological and behavioral symptoms. All three behavioral symptoms can cause immense organizational distress.

How to Deal with Stress in the Workplace

5. How to Deal with Stress in the Workplace

Workplace stress is a mental or emotional strain on an individual due to specific work circumstances. Most individuals feel stress during their daily work. There are many techniques that can be used to help deal with stress in the workplace.

Stress Management: Individual and Organizational Techniques & Methods

6. Stress Management: Individual and Organizational Techniques & Methods

Companies need to help employees learn how to manage their stress at work. Preventative stress management is a corporate philosophy that is concerned with eliminating stress and improving employee health. There are numerous organizational and individual techniques that can be used to help improve employee stress.

Fear of Failure: Definition, Effects & Types

7. Fear of Failure: Definition, Effects & Types

It's time to move forward in your life, reach your goals, and achieve your dreams. However, your fear of failing is holding you back. Learn more about this type of fear and what motivates it.

Using Emotional Intelligence in Leadership

8. Using Emotional Intelligence in Leadership

Many times managers or leaders focus on the functional aspects of the job you do, as opposed to the emotional intelligence that drives the way you do your job. In this lesson, we discuss emotional intelligence and how it relates to leadership.

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