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There are many books on stress and coaching. The unique feature of this one is that it: (a) rests on a solid theoretical ground and (b) presents a number of scientifically developed practical tools.
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About the book
There are many books on stress and coaching. The unique feature of this one is that it: (a) rests on a solid theoretical ground and (b) presents a number of scientifically developed practical tools. It can be used either as a self-management tool or as an aid for coaches. The book aims to help stressed professionals in all kinds of fields in today’s “high velocity culture” to prevent small stress problems to escalate and show ways to reduce or eliminate existing stress-related difficulties.
How are you feeling right now? This is the core question behind this book. But there is a hidden agenda! Before introducing it, we would like to present the Emotional Stress Reaction Questionnaire (ESRQ) right up-front. Read the instruction and start this book by responding to the ESRQ below. It should take less than one minute to complete!
- Tell Me How You Feel and I Will Tell You What You Think
- Appraisal and coping processes
- Complicating circumstances
- Antecedent conditions
- Individual antecedent conditions
- Contextual antecedent conditions
- An illustration - antecedents of leadership
- Stress and performance
- Stress management coaching
- Initial comments on self-managed stress management
- Initial comments on coaching
- A general framework for stress management interventions
- Practical tools
- Life story line
- Relationship map
- External and internal stressors
- Appraisal of stress
- Cognitive coping patterns
- Stress reactions
- A not so ordinary teachers’ seminar
- Applying the stress theory to the three teachers
- Teacher 1: Eric
- Teachers 2 and 3: Lily and Elizabeth
- Final remarks
- Stress and performance
About the Author
Gerry Larsson is a registered psychologist and professor of psychology. He is a former vice president and acting president of the Swedish National Defence College. Mainly in the areas of stress and leadership, he has published more than 120 journal articles, 80 books or chapters in books and close to 500 research reports. firstname.lastname@example.org
Bodil Wilde-Larsson is a registered nurse and professor of nursing. She has published extensively in the areas of quality of care, patient satisfaction and instrument development. email@example.com
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Kristina E. Smith ★★★★★
This is one of those self-help books that I go back to when I have some things that bother me. The tools are practical and applicable to anyone.