The debilitating impacts of anxiety, which often lead to workplace anger and aggression
Why resilient employees suffer less anxiety and can rebound after a setback
How to build a habituated, protective shield through proven prevention techniques
We’re in the midst of unprecedented change in how we work. From technology to global competition, we’re experiencing a breakdown in social norms which have led to a dramatic increase in anxiety, anger and aggression in the workplace. The anxiety reported by Americans grew by 40% last year - a significant increase over recent years. The fallout of this toxic combination results in real economic and psychological costs to your workplace ecosystem including increased healthcare costs and decreased productivity. Beyond the serious repercussions to the individual and their team, this threat puts the reputation of your company at risk. With a workforce increasingly ill-equipped to manage their emotions, what do you have in place to prevent this imminent threat to productivity?
Resilience is the foundation for emotionally strong workforces that suffer less anxiety and can rebound after a setback. The good news is that resilience can be learned; the skills of emotion control, empathy, problem solving, managing frustration, negativity and communication can be built and habituated.