Tag Archives: mental health

How to manage stress at work

As part of Fellowes’ ongoing campaign to boost workplace wellbeing, we’ve teamed up with psychologist Kevin Tobin to help you understand the factors that can help you identify and manage stress.

Kevin Tobin

We all know that when we’re stressed for a long period of time it starts to affect our wellbeing. We feel we can’t cope, life starts to feel heavy and even our bodies can start to suffer with symptoms.

Research shows us that short periods of intense pressure can be coped with and can even be productive.

However, if this perceived external pressure continues for too long (and this is different for us all and at different times for us all), we will experience negative health and reduced coping.

The good news is that with positive thinking and healthy strategies, we can build our resilience and ability to manage stress.

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In 2017, we should all stand up for mental wellbeing!

Mental health weekToday in the UK, there’s a bigger focus on mental health than ever before. Government investment is going up, the stigma around it is going down, and conversations about mental wellbeing are taking place across the media. Indeed, just recently Prince Harry spoke of how his mother’s death affected his mental state, both privately and at work. At the same time, the Telegraph has launched a new mental health focused podcast. And people across the country are being encouraged to speak out about the topic. Continue reading