Breaking the Cycle of Frustration at Work

It is always others who create conflict – your mean boss, Jim from finance who has no filter, the corporation and their constant changes to your environment. They are the perpetrators, right? They cause the friction in your work environment, they are the topic of your complaining, they are the reason you bring work home at night. It’s clear many of us are chronically frustrated at work. We invite you to take a look at the article, “A 3-Step Process to Break a Cycle of Frustration, Stress, and Fighting at Work,” by Annie McKee for Harvard Business Review. She discusses how self-awareness, self-control, and a friendship network can save your sanity. You owe it to yourself to manage your stress. After all, stress and frustration feed conflict, conflict breeds anger, resentment and unhappiness.

Click here to view the article: “A 3-Step Process to Break a Cycle of Frustration, Stress, and Fighting at Work,” by Annie McKee for Harvard Business Review.

 

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