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Posts Tagged ‘Managing Expectations’

Understanding Stress and Workplace Stress

Saturday, December 7th, 2013

Stress is normal. Everyone feels stress related to work, family, decisions, your future, and more. Stress is both physical and mental. It Workplace Stressis caused by major life events such as illness, the death of a loved one, a change in responsibilities or expectations at work, and job promotions, loss, or changes.

Smaller, daily events also cause stress. This stress is not as apparent to us, but the constant and cumulative impact of the small stressors adds up to big impact.
In response to these daily stresses, your body automatically increases blood pressure, heart rate, respiration, metabolism, and blood flow to your muscles. This stress response is intended to help your body react quickly and effectively to any high-pressure situation.
However, when you are constantly reacting to small or large stressful situations, without making physical, mental, and emotional adjustments to counter their effect, you can experience stress that can hurt your health and well-being.

Stress can also be positive. You need a certain amount of stress to perform your best at work. The key to stress management is to determine the right amount of stress that will give you energy, ambition, and enthusiasm versus the wrong amount which can harm your health and well-being. (more…)

Staff Management: How What You Expect From Staff Determines What You Get

Monday, November 8th, 2010

Staff Management,  ”My Fair Lady” and George Bernard Shaw (GBS) all share a common theme: the power of expectation. If it’s good enough for Lerner and Loewe and GBS, maybe you should consider it.

Expectation Defined

In 1929, most banks in the USA were solvent. But their customers believed that they weren’t. The customers expected to lose their deposits. They rushed to withdraw them. The banks couldn’t meet the sudden demand. They became insolvent. Expectation created action. As George Bernard Shaw said, “The difference between a lady and a flower girl is not how she behaves. It’s how she’s treated.” (more…)


 

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