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June 2017

Managing Emotions

Managing Emotions

Not all employees remain calm and collected when faced with change, disappointments, loss of resources, serious delays, and major stressors. Managing one’s emotions demonstrates maturity, self-control, and focus, and it helps prevent negativity from affecting others.

Be Perceived as a Potential Leader

Be Perceived as a Potential Leader

If you don’t supervise others, you can still demonstrate leadership skills by practicing the work habits of good leaders by following these tips.

Fatigue and Productivity

Fatigue and Productivity

Frequent fatigue affects one out of three workers. Overwork, multitasking, and workplace demands are the main culprits. Although work pressures can feel inescapable, the strain you experience from them combined with communication and information-sharing technology makes fatigue a major health issue for the modern workplace.

Don’t Let Worry Wear You Out

Don’t Let Worry Wear You Out

“Worrying doesn’t take away tomorrow’s troubles, it takes away today’s peace,” wrote composer Randy Armstrong. Worrying is part of our survival makeup; when we worry, we consider threats and how to respond to them.

Danger of Drowsy Driving

Danger of Drowsy Driving

Sleepy drivers with less than four hours of sleep are 11 times more likely to experience a car crash than drivers with 7 hours of sleep the night before. Twenty-one percent of all fatal highway crashes involve drowsy drivers.