In her easy-to-follow, insider's guide, Carole Spiers shows readers how to equip themselves with all the skills, tools and techniques needed to help reduce stress. The format of the book is one that delivers practical answers to the many questions we all have about how to manage stress to achieve a healthy work-life balance. Readers will find simple techniques to release tension * easy ways to build resilience to pressure * practical methods to toughen up mind and body * proven steps to help sleep soundly * healthy eating tips to maintain energy levels * effective time management techniques * key strategies to achieve a healthy work-life balance * interventions to increase personal performance. This book is for everyone - from an individual who needs to effectively manage their own stress, to a manager, supervisor or team leader who has to deal quickly with any stress-related problems in the workplace. The tools presented are based on Carole's experience over twenty five years in managing workplace stress as she shares with you the secrets of how to overcome its damaging effects, whether at home or at work.
As a leading authority on corporate stress, Carole's mission is to empower organisations to achieve sustainable success through a healthy workplace culture where her stress management expertise is in demand around the world.
Author of a new book 'Show Stress Who's Boss', Carole is the founder of the Carole Spiers Group, an international Stress Management and Employee Wellbeing consultancy working with equal success in the contrasting cultures of UK and the Middle East that for over 20 years, has numbered among its clients leading corporations including, Accenture, Al Habib [Oman] AXA, CNA [Qatar], Etisalat [Dubai], Dubai Cables, IBM, Kanoo Group [ME], MBC [ME] and Walt Disney.
Carole has also established herself as a provocative, weekly columnist for Gulf News writing on topical work stress issues and Immediate Past President of the London Chapter of the Professional Speaking Association. In the UK, Carole launched National Stress Awareness day on behalf of the International Stress Management AssociationUK, of which she is a former Chair.
She is also called upon by the BBC and other national and international press and media to provide professional comment on work stress and related topics and is also author of 'Tolley's Managing Stress in the Workplace' published by LexisNexis.