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Resilience Training Can Help Ease the Fast-Paced Work Life
Workplace stress takes a toll on the mind and body. It can create agitation, sap energy and even cause physical pain.
This is not the “good stress” that motivates people to do their best; the friction between job requirements and the person doing them can exact emotional harm as well.
Perhaps the employee doesn’t have the right skill set for the job, or the resources aren’t there, or the support from leaders and management leaves much to be desired. Yet, whether none, one or all of these factors are…
Canada’s private sector joins global resilience drive
Canadian businesses have joined a UN-backed drive to bolster resilience to natural and human-induced hazards, sending a strong signal during the Americas region’s top disaster risk reduction conference.
“There is a clear mutual interest for the public and private sectors to work together, as the private sector relies on the resilience of public infrastructure and services to conduct their businesses, and governments and communities depend on resilient business practices for a stable and sustainable economy,” said Mr. David Greenall, Director of Sustainable Business Solutions at PricewaterhouseCoopers…
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