Posted on 13/05/2016, 09:22
Your people are your greatest assets, therefore ensuring the wellbeing of those staff, is like ensuring a car is well maintained in order to continue to get performance out of it and prevent it from breaking down. Wear and tear take their toll.
Stress policy in schools
Schools have introduced a new stress policy as they realise that staff are struggling to cope with the demands of day to day work, as well as short term pressures and external situations. All of these are all having an impact on the staff, and therefore the quality of learning for students, not to mention the bottom line for the school (covering absent teachers is an expense they could do without.)
Stress and your business
Stress can be described as a feeling associated with one’s perception of their ability to cope with the demands that they believe are important parts of their role. However from my experience this stress can be resolved through a few simple things:
Our author, Vicky Kelly is a specialist in helping individuals meeting their own potential, and would be happy to discuss with you how she can help your staff meet theirs.
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