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InPower Coaching Articles on Stress Management and Personal Resilience
Change is always stressful. When you are looking for a new job, you are making a major change in your life. You will be leaving colleagues and friends behind, adjusting to a new schedule, experiencing new activities and personal growth. The process of finding a new job can be encouraging, inspiring and full of rejection at every turn – all in the course of a day.
Here is some advice and tips on how to navigate what’s happening and cope with the changes.
Over the past few months I’ve been hearing from clients and friends who struggle with a vague sense of dissatisfaction in their lives and careers. In most cases it’s not too tough to ferret out the source of work-life dissatisfaction; we scan our lives and find that we’re happy in life, but we hate our jobs – or vice versa. But not always. continue reading…
According to a recently published article in the Wall Street Journal, stress is the number one workforce risk issue, ranking above obesity and physical inactivity. What’s more, there seems to be a disconnect between what employees say is stressful and what employers focus on when it comes to stress. A Catalyst work report shows that most employees feel stress in four main areas: workload levels, interpersonal issues, job security, and juggling work and personal life. Does this sound familiar? If so, it’s time to examine what you might be tolerating in your life; those things that may be driving some of your unhappiness and lack of productivity. continue reading…
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