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9 Strategies for Dealing with Workplace Stress: Practical tools to reduce and manage stress at work by [Berryman, Stephanie]
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Dealing with stress at work? Learn 9 practical work related stress management tools and techniques to help you manage your stress. This short and applicable e-book discusses the main causes of stress at work, good stress and negative stress, and how to reduce workplace conflict and stress. Only 40 pages long, Stephanie Berryman writes short and practical books that focus on easy to implement strategies that will help you manage anxiety and stress, deal with a stressful work environment and reduce workplace stress.

This book is the third in a series, ‘9 strategies for Dealing With…’. The first book, ‘9 Strategies for Dealing With the Difficult stuff’ hit #2 and the second book, ‘9 Strategies for Dealing with Stress’ hit #1.

In 9 Strategies for Dealing with Workplace Stress, Stephanie draws on research into the best workplace stress management strategies and ties this in to her personal experience as a leadership coach and consultant. Stephanie’s approach is to help readers reframe their relationship with stress and focus on what they can control. In the appendix of the book, Stephanie shares excellent lifestyle strategies that her readers have contributed to the book and a list of websites and resources to access. If you are experiencing stress symptoms and need stress relief, this book will provide you with concrete tools to help you overcome workplace stress.


Stephanie Berryman has her masters in leadership development and she has worked as a consultant, coach and corporate trainer for the past 15 years. Stephanie has worked as the manager of education and training at a local branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association and has delivered training in stress management and mental health. In her book, she draws on her personal experience in managing workplace stress as well as what she has learned about stress management from working with hundreds of clients and students. 

In Stephanie’s book, ‘9 Strategies for Dealing with Workplace Stress’, she offers practical strategies for stress management that can be used to address stress in the workplace or in other aspects of life. Here is a sample strategy from the book:

8. Build Positive Relationships
We spend 8 hours every day with our colleagues. That’s usually more time than we spend with the person we’ve chosen to marry, our friends, or our family. Why would you not want to have pleasant and professional relationships with these people?
I work with a lot of teams that are stressed out, with high workloads and big demands, but their number one stressor seems to be interpersonal relationships. It’s tough dealing with other people all day long, especially when they aren’t people you would have chosen to spend a significant part of your life with. We need to find ways to manage all our relationships professionally and focus on building strong relationships with the people we do enjoy.

In a recent study of workplace dynamics reported in the Harvard Business Review, researchers “found that … having a lot of coworkers who eventually developed into friends, significantly increased employees’ performance, as judged by their supervisor. One possible reason for this was people seeking advice. If you have friends in the company, it’s far easier to ask for help without fearing you’ll be judged a poor performer. In addition, having friends in the company, especially if they work in other departments, gives you access to information through informal networks you might not otherwise get. Another reason might be morale: Employees with close friends at work reported being in a good mood more often, which could spill over into positive effects on the work being performed.”

If you do choose to build stronger connections at work, take the time to ask people about themselves and their lives. I’ve been consistently surprised when I get to know people better – everyone has an interesting story. You’ll often find common ground, new respect and compassion for others.



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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 5333 KB
  • Print Length: 76 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B077NTQCBK
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #203,164 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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