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The introduction of stress management programmes into an organization is potentially complex, and requires careful planning which takes into account possible barriers to dealing with stress. The importance of employee attitudes are discussed, based on the results of a questionnaire survey of 231...
Focuses on women, mentoring and leadership in the corporate world. Summarizes research on women in management and explains the differentials between male and female employees. Raises issues around structural and systemic bottlenecks such as old boys′ networks, identity groups, race, and...
Observes that line managers are the group most concerned with success at their jobs. Looks at how being an effective line manager is of the utmost importance. Argues that managers cannot be counsellors but they need to build up counselling skills even though remaining a manager. Shows that line...
Commonly, staff support is conceived of in terms of counselling. Centres on counselling as a form of staff support, and questions the idea that it can be realistically offered within work settings. The idea that a short course plus some unsupervised practice might adequately prepare a person to...
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