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This book is a comprehensive resource that helps people manage their stress in today's fast-paced, changing world. It effectively combines classical research with current stress, health, and wellness issues and challenges the reader with real-life problems and solutions. The wholistic approach ensures the reader a complete picture of the role of stress in their life.
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George Manning, a professor of psychology at Northern Kentucky University, is a consultant to business, industry, and government and lectures on topics including quality of work life, work force values, and business ethics. Kent Curtis is professor of organizational studies and leadership development at Northern Kentucky University. Steve McMillen is director of executive development and performance improvement at Hillenbrand Industries, Inc. The authors have been involved in collaborative consulting for three decades.Review:
Stress: Living and Working in a Changing World is a great resource! If you want common sense answers to the real-life problems associated with stress and change, this book is for you. -- Ken Blanchard, author of The One Minute Manager
Stress: Living and Working in a Changing World will appeal to everyone, young and old, male and female, entry-level to corporate CEO. It provides surprising insights for stressed mothers working at home as well as executives worrying about low morale in the workplace. If you have ever felt loss of control, burnout, or career stagnation, this book may be the best investment you ever make. -- Rebeccca Adams Lewis, President/CEO, Jewish Hospital Lexington
Manning, Curtis, and McMillen have given us a gift, a workshop in a book. They present the science of stress with a minimum of jargon, the dangers of stress with candor, and the delights of stress with warmth and humor. Along the way, we get to examine our own stress and what we might do about it. -- Dick Richards, management consultant and author of Artful Work and Setting Your Genius Free
What topic applies both on the job and in the home? Stress. With humor and profound insight, the authors address this important subject. Managing stress is a survival skill and Stress: Living and Working in a Changing World is the survival kit. -- William Monnig, MD, president, Kentucky Medical Association
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