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How to Reduce Occupational Stress

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A self-help guide and an approach to manage and reduce occupational stress of your business organization and improve the mental health of your people based on seven principles of ancient Greek wisdom.
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A self-help guide and an approach to manage and reduce occupational stress and improve the mental health of your people. The stress coping methods and techniques set forth in this book and the policy examples and action plans are based on the author's experience and is inspired by Ancient Greek culture, philosophy and wisdom. This is because ancient Greeks saw life in a holistic sense. Their main principles proposed were: to free oneself from greediness, to achieve a gentle character, chastity, modesty in clothing and behavior, harmony balance of mind, prompt and rational decisions, honesty, goodness, truth, logical and concise thinking and speech. This book shows you how you may apply these in a modern enterprise.

  1. The Stress Management Approach
  2. Occupational Stress Management Plan
  3. Strategy #1: Incorporate Basic Stress Reduction Actions
  4. Strategy #2: Add Spirituality to your Basic Stress Reduction Actions
  5. Strategy #3: Improve your Stress Reduction Management Process with Better Relationships
  6. Strategy #4: Strengthen your Stress Reduction Management Process with More Robustness
  7. Improve Stress Efforts
  8. Concluding Remarks
I find it helpful to the current course I'm taking, [Environmental Health]- Occupational Health and Safety.
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About the Author

John Kyriazoglou

John Kyriazoglou obtained a B.A. (Honours) from the University of Toronto, Canada, also earning a Scholastic award for Academic Excellence in Computer Science. John has worked in Canada, England, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Greece, Saudi Arabia and other countries for over 49 years, as a Senior IT manager, Managing Director, IT auditor and consultant, in a variety of clients and projects, in both the private and the public sectors. He has published several books and articles in professional publications, has served in numerous scientific committees and is a member of several professional and cultural associations.

He is currently the Editor-in-Chief for the Internal Controls Magazine (U.S.A.) and consulting on Data Privacy and Security Issues (GDPR, e-Privacy, etc.) to a large number of private and public clients.

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