Stress and Work/Life Balance: Insights for Managers
by David Newth
Publisher: BookBoon 2012
Number of pages: 55
My guiding aim in writing this book was to make it readable, down to earth and useful. It carries a conviction that managers vulnerability to stress can be lessened by them standing back from the coal face occasionally and recognizing they have choices in how they feel in themselves and behave towards others.
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