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Attitudes Behind Employee Stress

November 12, 1999
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Four common sources of staff stress:

  1. An inappropriate attitude toward failure--fear of failure, for example.
  2. The belief that one is incompetent at one's job.
  3. Trying to accomplish too much in too little time.
  4. The psychology of others can precipitate stress--see if others can help you chill out.

Take a look at what's causing stress in your life, or in your employees' lives. If one cannot change the attitudes that are causing the stress, then one must change the situation.

SOURCE: "The Stress You Make" by Genevieve LaGreca, September 1985. Copyright Personnel Journal/ACC Communications Inc. All rights reserved.

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