Managing stress, personality type stress triggers, complementary differences, working in your zone of strength
It affects business owners, managers, supervisors and individuals at all levels in the workplace. The good news is that there are ways of better-managing the stress and overwhelm in the workplace by understanding your own and your team’s personality type preferences, triggers and stress responses.
It is no wonder people are getting more stressed in the workplace these days. They are faced with the pressures of multiple demands and a rapidly changing environment, often having to take care of many things outside of their comfort zones and areas of expertise. Then you put together a bunch of different personality types, each of which has its own typical triggers and stress responses.
Interacting with each other in an already stressful environment without an understanding of personality types and their opposite preferences can aggravate the situation even more, leading to frustration, overwhelm, conflict and even burn-out. All of this negatively impacts productivity and business performance.