In citing the 2014 Stress in America survey from the American Psychological Association, a 2015 article in U.S. News & World Report revealed that “…work is the second most common source of stress among U.S. adults, just behind money,” and that “sixty percent of adults say their jobs are a somewhat significant or very significant source of stress”.
You probably didn’t need a formal report to tell you that now did you?
The price for the mounting stress level is high, both to our pocketbooks and our health.
While the reasons for our anxiety are often varied and not always easily solved, there is one source of stress that many workers and employers can successfully address.
I was introduced to this secret in 2002 when the company I was working for enlisted a business coach to help us with our inter-office relationships and overall organizational productivity. Prior to the workshop we all took an assessment called the Kolbe Conative Index®.