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Managing Stress in the Workplace: Tips and Best Practices

 

Protect yourself from the damaging effects of stress and in turn, be more productive and proactive in the office.

Though you cannot control everything in your work environment, there are ways to address difficult, stressful situations. The American Psychological Association reported that last year work was the second leading cause of stress in the United States. It was ranked ahead of the economy and just below money, all of which are clearly related. So much of our well-being and that of the people we care about turns on what we may do for a living, and being successful at that is more than a function of competence or even excellence. It is about having the resilience and fortitude and courage to handle the inherent stressors career and work confront us with every day. This topic will help focus on workplace stress and how you can not only cope but find direction and perspective you can channel into being more productive and more helpful to others.

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Carranza M. Pryor

Carranza M. Pryor

Greenberg Traurig LLP

  • Of counsel in the Atlanta office of Greenberg Traurig LLP
  • Practice focuses on representing companies on a wide range of labor and employment matters as well as commercial litigation issues
  • Has diverse in-house and law firm experience and has served as director of litigation at a Fortune 100 company
  • Extensive knowledge regarding complex commercial litigation matters, including securities fraud claims, class actions, and real estate disputes
  • Has counseled senior management of companies on business strategies, compliance, and risk management
  • Regularly conducts seminars on trends and developments in employment law and commercial litigation as well as electronic discovery
  • Former law clerk to the Honorable Carl E. Stewart, Chief Judge of the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Admitted to practice in Georgia and Alabama
  • J.D. degree, Yale Law School
  • Can be contacted at [email protected]
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