Beyond understanding the factors contributing to work-related stress and acting on it, it is essential to approach the topic with a long-term outlook.
Work-related stress is a well-researched and often discussed subject. But the solution remains elusive, though the stress levels continue to grow endlessly. With return-to-office in the post-pandemic world, there is now an urgent need to grow the business, keep pace with hybrid working models, manage your team, and adopt technological advancements. Invariably, this brings an immense amount of stress on individuals which has an invisible long-term impact on their wellbeing as they struggle to match up to the expectations.
Rob Cooke, a relationship manager for high-net-worth individuals and an individual with experience and interest in personal health in the work-space explores this unseen dimension of work-related stress in this TED Talk. He throws light on the larger impact of work-related stress on the economy and future. Rob also talks about handling stress which goes beyond the sphere of an individual and calls for collective responsibility in acknowledging its impact on wellbeing.