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Westhill Consulting Career and Employment How to cope up with stress

started by margretheegede on 25 Jun 14
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    Stress is normal in any workplace but extreme stress can affect with your productivity. And stress will also disturb your physical and emotional health as well as your ability to handle stress will have an impact in the difference between success and failure.

    Not everything is in our hands in our work environment; we cannot control everything, having said that, it doesn’t mean that you are entirely powerless even when stuck in a difficult situation. Discovering means to manage workplace stress is not about making big changes or reconsidering career ambition. There is just one sole thing that is always within your control and that is yourself, you must rather focus on yourself.

    The troubled economy has been an emotional roller coaster for workers everywhere, says Westhill Consulting Career and Employment, Australia. "Layoffs" and "budget cuts" are the two catchphrases that increased fear, uncertainty and higher levels of stress. It is vital to understand and learn new and better ways of dealing with the pressure since job and workplace stress increase in times of economic crisis.

    Stress has an impact on the quality of your interactions with others and since your emotions are contagious, better you are at managing your own stress, the more you'll positively affect those around you, and the less other people's stress will negatively affect you.

    You can learn how to manage job stress.  According Westhill Consulting Career and Employment, there are a variety of steps you can take to reduce both your overall stress levels and the stress you find on the job and in the workplace, which includes, taking responsibility for improving your physical and emotional well-being, avoiding pitfalls by identifying knee jerk habits and negative attitudes that add to the stress you experience at work and earning better communication skills to ease and improve your relationships with management and coworkers.

    Identify warning signs of excessive stress at work. Are you working overseas, in SE Asian cities like KL Malaysia, Jakarta Indonesia or Bangkok Thailand, is the culture shock causing you stress? When you feel stunned at work, you drop confidence and may become ill-tempered or introverted. This can make you less productive and less effective in your job, and make the work look less rewarding. If you overlook the warning signs of work stress, they can lead to greater hitches. Chronic or intense stress can also lead to physical and emotional health problems aside from interfering with job performance and satisfaction.



  • Candy Betje
    The only advice I would offer you is to take written notes of your discussions regarding the level of stress your occupation is giving you to other people. Just try to be as crystal clear with the issues affecting to you so that there won't be the claim that no one was aware of your unhappiness.
  • Daisuke Chiyoko
    It's a really frustrating thing when nothing seems to change / help. I have suffered from insomnia, stress, etc, and wasn't offered anything but pills and more pills. In my experience meds make problems worse long-term.
  • Jessica Oneill
    In my job, i was waking up at 4am with anxiety attacks and chest pains. Within the first two weeks of my new role, i could count two times i was in tears driving to work. It got easier over time, but the stress never alleviated.
  • Gal Correia
    Long ago I felt impelled to resign from a contract only to discover that the person causing my stress had resigned the prevous day and it was with immediate effect. Do not let grievances reach the stage where you are in daily conflict with management, with your own desire to earn your crust, and where you bring work problems home with you, take it out on your family and let it distrub your sleep.

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