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Stress
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08
Jul

How to deal with burnout

We hear more and more about people burning out and the language itself can conjure up some dramatic images and episodes. People imagine that burnout is something dramatic, the collapse on the bathroom floor or the breakdown on public transport that shows that actually you are close to the edge. But often it manifests itself...
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02
Jul

How to resolve the problems that keep you up at night

There she was… lying in bed at 3 o’clock in the morning, wide awake. For the third night in a row! The stress and worry about where her next client was going to come from was taking its toll. She knew she was overthinking the problem. If she could just stop thinking, maybe she could...
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07
May

WeAreFutureLeaders Speaker Spotlight: Cara de Lange

WeAreTheCity speaks to Cara de Lange, Wellbeing mentor, speaker and author of Softer Success. Cara is also one of the keynote speakers at our upcoming WeAreFutureLeaders conference on 24 May. Cara de Lange is an international wellbeing mentor, author and speaker. She runs workshops and talks focusing on relieving stress and changing people’s mindset to...
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29
Apr

How to deal with stress this Stress Awareness Month

According to the Health and Safety Executive, in 2017 and 2018, more than half a million people in the UK reported work-related stress at a level they believed was making them ill.  That’s 40 per cent of all work-related illness. This Stress Awareness Month, a variety of business leaders and executives have come together to give...
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26
Apr

Tackling workplace stress: changing minds, attitudes and behaviours

By Tara O’Sullivan, CMO at Skillsoft According to UK Government research, stress and poor mental health costs UK businesses between £33 billion and £42 billion a year through reduced productivity, high staff turnover and sickness absence—equivalent to £1,205-£1,560 for every employee in the UK workforce. This highlights why all employers need to act on mental...
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Ten Small Lifestyle Changes that Could Really Reduce Your Stress Levels
25
Apr

Feeling the strain? Seven ways to deal with stress

The occasional stressful event is part of life. Stress is the body’s way of helping us to focus so we can tackle the problem. When stress is ongoing, whether it’s from work demands or taking care of everybody else – it can take its toll on the body. Chronic stress can result in all sorts...
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Stressed woman in work
24
Apr

Seven simple cortisol-lowering exercises to beat stress at work

Stress levels are on the rise – not surprising because we’re living in a world of unprecedented change, and worry and stress go hand and hand with uncertainty and risk. Human beings are not evolving as quickly as the pace of change, leaving many of us feeling threatened or overwhelmed.  We haven’t been trained to...
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23
Apr

Don’t ignore the warning signs of stress

By Amanda Augustine, career advice expert, TopCV April is National Stress Awareness Month, a time when health care professionals and health promotion experts join forces to increase public awareness about both the causes and cures for society’s modern stress epidemic. The use of the word epidemic may seem an over exaggeration, but when you look...
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