Introduction

  • Jane Cranwell-Ward
  • Alyssa Abbey

Abstract

Organizations are made up of individuals, so to manage organizational stress as effectively as possible, each individual needs to learn how best to manage stress. Of course, each employee has a unique personality, outlook, responsibilities, and set of circumstances, so each person’s solution to pressure and stress will be quite different. Part V was written largely to speak to the individual reader, but the explanations and suggestions will also help managers and colleagues to understand and help others. Part V also presents a case for giving all employees the benefits of learning about coping strategies for stress through a training program.

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© Jane Cranwell-Ward and Alyssa Abbey 2005

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  • Jane Cranwell-Ward
  • Alyssa Abbey

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