From Stress to Wellbeing Volume 2: Stress Management and Enhancing Wellbeing

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A comprehensive collection by Professor Cary Cooper and his colleagues in the field of workplace stress and wellbeing, which draws on research in a number of areas including stress-strain relationships, sources of workplace stress and stressful occupations.

Split into two volumes, the chapters present a range of research and theories linked to the field of occupational stress and wellbeing. It charts the flow from concerns about specific occupations to the widening of the ...

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Overview

A comprehensive collection by Professor Cary Cooper and his colleagues in the field of workplace stress and wellbeing, which draws on research in a number of areas including stress-strain relationships, sources of workplace stress and stressful occupations.

Split into two volumes, the chapters present a range of research and theories linked to the field of occupational stress and wellbeing. It charts the flow from concerns about specific occupations to the widening of the concept of stress into the more positive arena of wellbeing. By showing where we came from to where we are now, we hope it will help to develop the field of identifying and helping people who have to cope with the excessive pressures of work in a more insecure and less stable economic climate.

Volume 1
Theory and Reviews of Stress and Wellbeing
Stress-Strain Relationships
Sources of Workplace Stress
Stressful Occupations
Research Methods in Stress and Wellbeing

Volume 2
Stress Management
Stress and Wellbeing Issues
Work-life Balance
Wellbeing

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780230300583
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Publication date: 5/29/2013
  • Pages: 312
  • Product dimensions: 8.60 (w) x 5.70 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Sir Cary Cooper is Distinguished Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health at the Lancaster University Management School, UK. He is the author of over 125 books, has written over 400 scholarly articles, and is a frequent contributor to national newspapers, television and radio. He is a Fellow of the British Academy of Management and also of the US-based Academy of Management. In 2001 he was awarded a CBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List. Sir Cary was Founding President of the British Academy of Management, and formerly the Chair of the Sunningdale Institute in the National School of Government, UK. He was also the lead scientist to the UK Government Office for Science on their Foresight programme on Mental Capital and Wellbeing, and was appointed a member of the expert group on establishing guidance for the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence on stress management in the workplace in 2009. Sir Cary is Chair of the Academy of Social Sciences, President of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy, President of RELATE, President of the Institute of Welfare and Patron of Anxiety UK. HR magazine named him the 5th Most Influential Thinker in HR in 2011. He was awarded the Lord Dearing Lifetime Achievement Award at the Times Higher Education Awards 2010. In 2014, Sir Cary was awarded a knighthood in the Queen's Birthday Honour's List for his services to the social sciences.

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Table of Contents

PART I: STRESS MANAGEMENT
23. Worksite Stress Management Interventions: Their Effectiveness and Conceptualisation; R. DeFrank and C.L. Cooper
24. Stress and Coping in US Organizations: The Role of the Employee Assistance Programme; J. Berridge and C.L. Cooper
25. Healthy Mind; Healthy Organization – A Proactive Approach to Occupational Stress; C.L. Cooper and S. Cartwright
26. Coping with Work-related Stress: A Critique of Existing Measures and Proposal for an Alternative Methodology; M.P. O'Driscoll and C.L. Cooper
27. Health Behaviours Reported as Coping Strategies: A Factor Analytical Study; D.K. Ingledew, Lew Hardy and C. L. Cooper
28. A Multiple Case Study Approach to Work Stress Prevention in Europe; M.A.J. Kompier, C.L. Cooper and S.A.E. Geurts
29. The Development of a Framework for a Comprehensive Approach to Stress Management Interventions at Work; S.I.Giga, B. Faragher and C.L. Cooper
PART II: STRESS AND WELLBEING ISSUES
30. The Impact of Mergers and Acquisitions on People at Work: Existing Research and Issues; S. Cartwright and C.L. Cooper
31. Workers' Compensation in Stress-Related Claims: Some Thoughts for Employers in the UK; J. Earnshaw and C.L. Cooper
32. Employee Stress Litigation: The UK Experience; J. Earnshaw and C.L. Cooper
33. The Experience of Bullying in Great Britain: The Impact of Organizational Status; H. Hoel, C.L. Cooper and B. Faragher
PART II: WORK-LIFE BALANCE
34. Stress in Two-earner Couples and Stages in the Life-cycle; S. Lewis and C.L. Cooper
35. Balancing the Work/Home Interface: A European Perspective; S. Lewis and C.L. Cooper
36. Family-responsive Interventions, Perceived Organizational and Supervisor Support, Work-family Conflict AND Psychological Strain; M.P. O'Driscoll, S. Poelmans, P.E. Spector, T. Kalliath, T.D. Allen, C.L. Cooper and J.I. Sanchez
37. Family-supportive Organization Perceptions, Multiple Dimensions of Work Family Conflict and Employee Satisfaction: A Test of Model across Five Samples; L.M. Lapierre, P.E. Spector, T.D. Allen, S.Poelmans, C.L. Cooper, M.P. O'Driscoll, J.I. Sanchez, P. Brough and U. Kinnunen
PART IV: WELLBEING
38. The Mental Wealth of Nations; J. Beddington, C.L. Cooper, J. Field, U. Goswami, F.A. Huppert, R. Jenkins, H.S. Jones, T.B.L. Kirkwood, B.J, Sahakian and S.M. Thomas
39. Well-being - Absenteeism, Presenteeism, Costs and Challenges; C.L. Cooper and P. Dewe

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