Excessive or unnecessary work stress is a leading cause of poor performance, disengaged employees, and unwanted turnover.
It's hugely expensive for organizations, but much of it is avoidable, and within your control as a leader.
Most articles on work stress are about what employees can do to help themselves. This advice can be useful, but often band-aids over the real causes, many of which are under your control as a leader.
I'm Dr. Marcus J. Fila. My background as a former executive search consultant, and now a researcher, speaker, and consultant in stress and turnover make me uniquely qualified to help organizational leaders like you improve your working culture, retention, and bottom line by tackling root causes of excessive and unnecessary work stress. You can read more about me here.
The truth is that a few thoughtful adjustments to characteristics of the work environment, and to job design - all of which are backed by science, are practical, and implementable - can improve employee retention, and your bottom line by tackling root causes of excessive and unnecessary stress. The benefits are healthier, more productive workforce who are more likely to be committed to staying in your organization.
Amidst the present economic uncertainty, and cutthroat competition to find and retain good employees (as well as the huge expense of losing them!), addressing excessive and unnecessary work stress has never been more critical.
Click here for a short clip which explains work stress. This podcast digs way below the surface.
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