Stress resistant employees and work processes

The pandemic shows us our limits now and here.

Example: Due to delivery bottlenecks we have to be patient to receive our order – and thus also feel the limits on our own bodies. Not everything is available here and now, around the clock, 7 days a week – 24 / 7.

What does this mean for us and our organisation and work processes?

Do we have to change ourselves and our work processes ? If yes, but how ?

Does it take longer to change a work process or ways of thinking and behaviour in dealing with stress?

HAGER experience shows that it is often too difficult to change old bad habits. Sometimes it is better to safely adopt new good ways of thinking and behaving that balance old habits as much as possible. Example : Your way of dealing with stress.
You often feel only the mental and physical syntomes of stress. In addition, stressors in work processes cause them additional stress – a negative interaction.
How do you break through this interaction?
According to HAGER, dealing with stress is much more successful by becoming resistant to stress. To do this, your work processes must also become more resilient to external stressors such as the 2008 financial crisis and the 2020 pandemic. These crises will happen again. You can grow or collapse with these economic crises.

HAGER tips to feel good

  1. Identify your stress symptoms in your working methods, business and IT processes.
  2. choose if is better for you to adapt to stress or to deal with stress differently
  3. Identify  your stressors in your working method, business and IT processes
  4. Identify your cause of stressors and their effect in your way of thinking and working
  5. Identify your cause and stressors and their effect in your work processes
  6. Realise that changing your way of working takes much longer than changing a work and IT process.
  7. A change in your way of working brings you a personal improvement in the quality of your life and frees you from suffering in the long term as intrinsic motivators
  8. Check your stress resilience level.

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