- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- Palgrave Macmillan
- Cooper, Cary L.
- IX, 185 p.
- 241 x 152 x 19 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Paperback / softback
- 317 g
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'For most people, their work is a key factor in their self worth, family esteem and identity. Staying healthy at work and getting help quickly when it is difficult to cope is therefore a human as well as an economic necessity. This book is exactly what I'd expect from Professor Cooper; it is hard hitting on both the challenges and the solutions. Good work is good for you and bad work isn't. This book makes it absolutely clear what you can do about it.' Clare Chapman, Group People Director, BT 'There is so much unnecessary misery at work but here are well-evidenced ways for a better way of working beautifully explained.' Professor Richard Layard 'This is an important book on a critical topic facing all organisations and people at work. We need people to offer their full capabilities and potential in order to compete and so create a vibrant economy and we cannot do that without attending to their wellbeing. Cary Cooper and Theo Theobald have offered a special contribution to this vital topic. It should be read by all leaders, managers and employees seeking to create sustainable success.' David MacLeod, the Chair of the UK Government's Task Force on Employee Engagement
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CARY L. COOPER Distinguished Professor of Organisational Psychology at Lancaster University, UK, and a recognised authority on stress in the workplace. He has recently been instrumental in compiling a defining work on behalf of the UK government's Foresight project on Mental Capital and Wellbeing. THEO THEOBALD International business author, currently working with some of the UK's leading public sector bodies on issues of leadership. A former SSC executive, he is renowned for his work on clear communication and is passionate about the benefits of wellbeing at work.
Introduction Work, What Is It Good For? A Potted History Of Commerce Case Study 1 - Working Parents Case Study 2 - The Stuck, Stressed Middle Manager Case Study 3 - Weary Workaholics A Case For Change Getting Better Environomics - Workplaces That Are Designed To Work...Beautifully Fit For Business - Brain Trained Staff With Healthier Minds And Bodies Generosity - It Costs Less Than You Think Chain Reaction - Linking Life Together Through Better Connections Thirst For Knowledge = Zest For Life Consolidation And Reflection