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JUST PLANE CULTURE


A supportive management and a strong leadership is a dynamite package that is hard to beat.


According to research cited by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 40 percent of employees believe their jobs are “very” or “extremely” stressful and at least 26 percent of employees feel “burned out” at work. The American Psychological Association reports that job stress costs U.S. companies about $300 billion per year in absenteeism, productivity loss, turnover and health


care costs. Holy cow! How many of us would categorize ourselves as being in a high-stress environment? Are we all doomed?


FINDING A MIDDLE GROUND Interestingly, moderately-stressed people perform better, are more productive, eff ective and effi cient, have lower absenteeism, are healthier overall and live longer


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than individuals in a no-stress environment. In moderately-stressed individuals, the adrenaline injection into our body is abated and our thought process stays in control where logical decisions are made through insightful observations. Have I confused you yet? Here the clincher: pushed beyond this state is a tipping point and you enter the reactionary zone where the thought process and logical decision making are discarded. You shift from stress to distress. You move into survival mode and self-preservation takes control. Have you ever touched an electrical wire and reacted so fast that you hit yourself? That’s your adrenal system taking over. If you continued to touch the wire, which is rather stupid, you would eventually beat yourself up. We need some stimulation in our life to remain vital but not so much to where it becomes detrimental. The distressed brain doesn’t work well.


Each human is unique and we react Before


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diff erently to stressful situations. What one person takes in stride can cause another to experience a meltdown. How stressful do you think an air traffi c controller job is? It’s hours of boredom and routine interrupted by moments of sheer terror. I couldn’t imagine doing that job. I also couldn’t imagine sitting at a desk and doing accounts receivable work all day as my head would be hitting the desk every two minutes. Tedium is also stressful if you are used to activity.


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