Let’s face it, we are all trying to do more in less time. Whether you run your own business, you are employed or perhaps you have a couple of part-time roles to juggle, learning how to get more done each week would be helpful!
Here are 7 steps that will help you increase your productivity. Follow these . . . → Read More: 7 Steps to Getting More Done in Less Time
CLAssociates is delighted to be organising the National Stress Awareness Day event in Ipswich on Wednesday 7th November 2012.
We have put together “The Relaxing Lunch Break” and you are all invited!
Why not take a proper lunchbreak and come along sample a range of therapies – absolutely FREE – be treated to a gorgeously, soothing massage, or . . . → Read More: National Stress Awareness Day – The Relaxing Lunch Break
Got something in your life that is causing you stress? There are two things you can do about it, change the situation or change your reaction to it. Here are four steps guaranteed to help you deal with the stress effectively:-
Change the Situation
To change the situation, consider exactly what is going on and ask yourself these . . . → Read More: The 4 A’s of Stress Management
I am going to make a sweeping generalisation (and in my own experience true) – men are not very good at asking for help! The majority of my clients are men, and when we get to work together they really benefit (their words not mine). However, men seem to take a long time getting round to . . . → Read More: Why men don’t seek help (until it is a real crisis)
This is the second article in the Get Things Done series. The last article looked at how to focus on what’s important. Below are some tips on how to deal with distractions.
If you did the Activity Time Sheet you will have noticed how much time in your week is “wasted” by interruptions, doing things at the . . . → Read More: Get Things Done – how to deal with distractions
In work, we are all being asked to do more with less. Managers are having to achieve higher targets with less people in their team and a squeeze on resources.
More than ever, being productive depends on focusing on the important things and minimising the distractions which inevitably come our way. This is the first of two . . . → Read More: Get Things Done – how to focus on what is really important
The next meeting of the East Region ISMA (International Stress Management Association) will be held on 6th September 2012 at The Self Centre in Bury St Edmunds.
ISMA members and non-members are welcome to attend. The meeting is to discuss National Stress Awareness Day which will be held on 7th November 2012, and will be focusing on . . . → Read More: International Stress Management Association – East Region Meeting 6th Sept 2012
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Do you, or your staff, ever complain about the following symptoms?
Aching in your arms and or wrists
Pain in your lower back, neck or shoulders
All these symptoms can be caused by incorrect Display Screen Equipment (DSE) or workstation set-up. Incorrect set-up creates poor posture and, in time, long-term or permanent injuries unless steps are taken to . . . → Read More: Simple steps to reduce injury from poorly designed workstations
Speaking to clients recently, the challenge of how to minimise stress during a programme of redundancies came up several times. Here are some steps which can be taken to reduce stress, and the key words are honesty, transparency and consistency.
For the purposes of this article I am assuming that you have already taken the following three . . . → Read More: How to minimise stress during a programme of redundancies