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Harvard business review on bringing your whole self to work.Material type: BookSeries: The Harvard business review paperback series ; Ideas with impact. Publisher: Boston, MA. : Harvard Business School Press, 2008Description: vii, 182 p. : ill. : 21 cm.ISBN: 9781422121092 (pbk.); 1422121097 (pbk.).Subject(s): Quality of work life | Job satisfaction | Well-beingDDC classification: 650.1 HAR Online resources: Table of contents
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Overloaded circuits: why smart people underperform / Edward M. Hallowell
The human moment at work / Edward M. Hallowell
The making of a corporate athlete / Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz
Are you working too hard? A conversation with Herbert Benson, MD
Sleep deficit: the performance killer. A conversation with Harvard Medical School Professor Charles A. Czeisler
Decisions and desire / Gardiner Morse
Leading by feel / David Gergen ... [et al.]
The dangers of feeling like a fake / Manfred F.R. Kets de Vries.
"You're making a living. But are you having a life? If not, you're putting yourself at risk for burnout--and your company at risk for lowered performance from you and your team. To stay productive on the job, you need to bring your whole self to work--balancing professional and personal commitments and safeguarding your emotional, physical, and psychological health. This latest volume in the Harvard Business Review paperback series gives you the insights, tools, and practices you need to do all that. Authored by experts including Edward Hallowell, Herbert Benson, Daniel Goleman, and Manfred F.R. Kets de Vries, the selections in this volume show you how to: Avoid "attention deficit trait"--an increasingly common, destructive response to today's hyperkinetic business environment; Use face-to-face interactions to activate the brain chemistry that drives emotional well-being at work; Activate the "performance pyramid" to nurture your body, emotions, mind, and spirit and achieve peak productivity on the job; Combat harmful levels of work-related stress; Improve the quality of your sleep; Understand and manage the emotional forces that affect your decisions; Apply emotional intelligence principles to enhance your team's or company's mood; and Understand and mitigate the impact of the "neurotic impostor" syndrome--a condition afflicting more and more high performers. Concise and compelling, "Harvard Business Review on Bringing Your Whole Self to Work" is every manager's must-have resource for staying productive and healthy on the job."--Publisher's website.