Work related stress & wellbeing

Work related stress & wellbeing

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Julian H.

Julian

Office Ogre or Silent Assassin which are you?

Director at Calm Execs

My blog building on an article in the Telegraph about our work. I hope you find it interesting

Anger Management and organisational development specialist Julian Hall discusses anger in the workplace and where to go with it

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  • June 20, 2012
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  • Keith A.

    Keith

    Keith A.

    Experienced Therapeutic Laughter Workshop Facilitator and Laughter Yoga Leader

    We all get angry from time-to-time - I am no different. Laughter is my remedy! No, not laughing at the person(s)/ituation provoking my anger, but at myself. I go into a silent "tee-hee" mode. Laughter and leadership should go together in the workplace. Try some workplace therapeutic laughter yoga as an organisational development tool. I wish you the very best with your blog building.

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