|[스트레스 관리] Harvard Business Review|
작성일 2023-01-17 조회수 302
"To interrupt the frustration-stress-conflict cycle, begin by recognizing what causes you to feel thwarted, scared, or threatened."
A 3-Step Process to Break a Cycle of Frustration, Stress, and Fighting at Work
When we have a conflict at work, most of us blame the other person — an incompetent boss, a passive aggressive colleague, or the resource-hoarding peer in another department. But having fewer disagreements at work starts with working on yourself and breaking a cycle of frustration, stress, and conflict. Use a three-step process: Develop self-awareness about what’s causing your stress. Employ emotional self-control to manage negative feelings, see reality through a clear lens, and stop lashing out when you feel threatened. Lastly, build friendships at work but focusing less on what you get from your coworkers and more on what you can give. Mindfulness practices like yoga, meditation, deep breathing, and taking a solitary walk are invaluable when it comes to developing self-awareness, learning to manage our emotions, and short-circuiting the stress response.