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Preventive stress management in organizations.Preventive stress management: Principles and methods.

Preventive stress management in organizations.: Preventive stress management: Principles and... This chapter contains a discussion of the principles and methods of preventive stress management. The guiding principles, which constitute the central element in the philosophy of preventive stress management, are as follows: (a) individual and organizational health are interdependent; (b) leaders have a responsibility for individual and organizational health; (c) individual and organizational distress are not inevitable; (d) each individual and organization reacts uniquely to stress; and (e) organizations are ever-changing, dynamic entities. The two aims of preventive stress management are (a) to promote individual and organizational health and (b) to minimize individual and organizational distress, as manifested in. a variety of asymptomatic and symptomatic diseases. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2022 APA, all rights reserved) http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

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Publisher
American Psychological Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1997 American Psychological Association
Pages
149 –162
DOI
10.1037/10238-008
Publisher site
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Abstract

This chapter contains a discussion of the principles and methods of preventive stress management. The guiding principles, which constitute the central element in the philosophy of preventive stress management, are as follows: (a) individual and organizational health are interdependent; (b) leaders have a responsibility for individual and organizational health; (c) individual and organizational distress are not inevitable; (d) each individual and organization reacts uniquely to stress; and (e) organizations are ever-changing, dynamic entities. The two aims of preventive stress management are (a) to promote individual and organizational health and (b) to minimize individual and organizational distress, as manifested in. a variety of asymptomatic and symptomatic diseases. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2022 APA, all rights reserved)

Published: Aug 31, 2004

Keywords: preventive stress management; occupational stress; organizational stress; organizations; employees

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