TOP TEN tips to beat corporate stress

Broadmore, Ian
December 2006
Management Services;Winter2006, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p24
Academic Journal
The article presents tips on combating corporate stress. Executives should learn how to delegate responsibilities to ease their workload and spread the responsibility. Learn not to accept work in area with no sufficient training to avoid stress. It is necessary to improve a poor physical working environment in order to become more productive. Plan each day to avoid unexpected events that cause stress. Avoid caffeine which raises heart rate and anxiety levels. It is also necessary to take regular exercise.


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