Nip workplace stress in the bud with CBT.
Packed with useful tips that make it easy to incorporate CBT - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - into your working day, CBT at Work For Dummies helps you reap the benefits of a more focused working life. You'll discover how integrating CBT at work promotes improved productivity and concentration, lower staff turnover, enhanced employer/employee and client relationships, reduced cost of staff absenteeism caused by illness, injury, stress, and more.
An alarming number of individuals in the UK and across the globe suffer from work-related stress, some to the point of experiencing illness. The good news is, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - often associated with treating acute mental health conditions - is finding its way into the workplace, where it's being used as a way to combat one of the most common occupational health issues: stress. In this friendly and accessible guide, you'll find everything you need to put CBT into practice today, whether you're in charge of managing employee wellness or just want to find a positive and productive way to get through the workday yourself.
- Answers the call of business leaders seeking creative solutions to enhance productivity and minimize the effects of stress in the workplace
- Offers employees trusted ways to be more effective in the workplace while reducing personal stress levels
- Arms learning and development professionals with the know-how to apply mindfulness meditation in the workplace
- Details the benefits of making CBT a part of your business plan
If you're an employer looking to get the best out of your staff or an employee interested in reducing stress and anxiety whilst achieving an enhanced performance at work, CBT at Work For Dummies can help.
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- A. Fazel
The single worst CBT book I have read or listened.
It is 95% selling CBT; 5% what it is or how it works. Don't buy!
This book is handy for single situations that you are struggling with and can be referred to time and again
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