3 Small Things Every Person Can Do to Reduce Stress in Their Office – Harvard Business Review

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If there is stress in your office, do not take it lightly. Stress is known as the silent killer, and the more that you experience, the less life you will live. There are several things that you can do to reduce the stress that you are feeling from the office. These are simple, easy tasks that you can put to use, and should, if stress is impacting your work day in any way. Don’t let anger persist and endanger your life.

Key Takeaways:

  • Communicating vaguely can inadvertently cause your recipient to assume the worse.
  • Time-sensitive emails need to be triaged and dealt with regardless of actual priority.
  • Don’t micromanage or excessively monitor others because that can lower their performance.

“If someone doesn’t know the full context of a situation, vague messages — which might be quite harmless — are often read like a Rorschach test, with fears and interpretations piled on.”

Read more: https://hbr.org/2017/03/3-small-things-every-person-can-do-to-reduce-stress-in-their-office