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Work Stress and its Management ppt
Work Stress and its Management ppt
Work Stress and its Management ppt
Work Stress and its Management ppt
Work Stress and its Management ppt
Work Stress and its Management ppt
Work Stress and its Management ppt
Work Stress and its Management ppt
Work Stress and its Management ppt
Work Stress and its Management ppt
Work Stress and its Management ppt
Work Stress and its Management ppt
Work Stress and its Management ppt
Work Stress and its Management ppt
Work Stress and its Management ppt
Work Stress and its Management ppt
Work Stress and its Management ppt
Work Stress and its Management ppt
Work Stress and its Management ppt
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Work Stress and its Management ppt

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  • 1. JONLEN J.R.DESA M.COM-II(BM) R/M.COM-11-06
  • 2. IntroductionKinds & Stages of StressWork StressFactors Influencing Work Stress At WorkplaceStress Related IllnessesABC StrategyTips to reduce stress & handling stress at work place.Time ManagementHealth Stress News & StatisticsCase StudyConclusion
  • 3. Stress is defined as an organisms total responseto an environmental condition or stimulus, alsoknown as a stressor.Stress typically describes a negative conditionthat can have an impact on an organisms mentaland physical well-being.Stressors- Positive or NegativeCauses of Stress
  • 4. EUSTRESS- POSITIVE STRESSDISTRESS-NEGATIVE STRESS
  • 5. 3/19/2013 5
  • 6. Also known as Occupational Stress"The adverse reaction people have to excessivepressures or other types of demand placed onthem at work."Stress is not an illness – it is a state. However, ifstress becomes too excessive andprolonged, mental and physical illness maydevelop.Symptoms of Work Stress
  • 7. ALARM RESISTANCE EXHAUSTIONSTAGE STAGE STAGE
  • 8. DEMANDSRELATIONSHIPSCHANGEDESIGN OF TASKMANAGEMENT STYLEWORKING CONDITIONS
  • 9. HEART DISESASESASTHMAOBESITYDIABETESHEADACHESGastrointestinal problemsAlzheimers diseaseAccelerated agingPremature death
  • 10. A= AWARNESSB= BALANCEC=CONTROL
  • 11. 3/19/2013 11
  • 12. Recognize warning signs of excessive stress atworkReduce job stress by taking care of yourselfReduce job stress by prioritizing and organizingReduce job stress by improving emotionalintelligenceReduce job stress by breaking bad habits
  • 13. Figure out where the stress is coming from.Consider what you can control—and work onthat.Do what you love.Manage your time well.
  • 14. SCHEDULE A TIME TABLEPRIOROTIZE YOUR WORKLEARN TO SAY NOASSIGN TIME FOR EACH ACTIVITYPUT A “DO NOT DISTURB” SIGNAVOID DISTRACTONS
  • 15. On-the-Job Stress Won’t Raise Your Risk forCancerStressed-Out Women May Be More Sensitiveto SoundsStudy Supports Link Between Stress,Epileptic SeizuresUnder Similar Stress, Rich Live Longer ThanPoor: StudyEarly Exposure to Stress at Home Affects Girls’Brains, Study Says
  • 16. CARION CALL CENTRE & HOME OFFICEMR.LEO D’MELLO- MARKETING DIRECTOR AND FOUNDER OF FULLER LIFE PROGRAMMETALKS, SEMINARS, WORKSHOP FOR ALL AGE GROUPS- AND PROFESSIONAL PEOPLE, STUDENTSALPHA MEDITATION-BREATHING EXERCISES-POSITIVE THINKING
  • 17. Modern life is full ofhassles, deadlines, frustrations, and demands. Formany people, stress is so commonplace that it hasbecome a way of life. Stress isn’t always bad. In smalldoses, it can help you perform under pressure andmotivate you to do your best. But when you’reconstantly running in emergency mode, your mind andbody pay the price. You can protect yourself byrecognizing the signs and symptoms of stress andtaking steps to reduce its harmful effects.
  • 18. http://www.mindtools.com/cgi-bin/sgx2/shop.cgi?page=smmc.htmlhttp://www.helpguide.org/mental/work_stress_management.htmhttp://oem.bmj.com/content/59/1/67.longhttp://www.hse.gov.uk/stress/research.htmhttp://www.webmd.com/balance/stress-management/features/10-fixable-stress-related-health-problemshttp://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2011/07/11/10-practical-ways-to-handle-stress/http://news.health.com/category/stress-management/http://www.webmd.com/balance/stress-management/features/10-fixable-stress-related-health-problemshttp://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2011/07/11/10-practical-ways-to-handle-stress/http://news.health.com/category/stress-management/http://www.catalyst.org/knowledge/work-stress-0

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