|Title||Stess in the Workplace||Height||194 mm|
|Author||Howard Edwards||Width||138 mm|
|Publisher||Natl Book Network||Pages||96|
|Edition||Availability||Out Of Stock|
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Stess in the Workplace
Author: Howard Edwards
This humorous book explodes the myth that a happy company is a productive one. It shows how to avoid the complacency and ineffeciency that follow a sense of well-being and job security. Arguing that the feel-good factor actually makes a business more placid and less competitive, the author observes that stress at an unacceptable level has a vital role to play in a companys success. Full of inventive and imaginative ways to ensure that your colleagues perform to their full potential and that your work environment is bereft of comfort and languor, here is a complete strategy for creating and managing a more productive and profitable organization through the thoughtful creation of stress.