Does A Low-Stress Work Environment Serve Your Best Interests?
How safe is it really to assume that a low-stress work environment serves our best interests?
Let’s say we push for a slower pace of change . . . less pressure to perform . . . a more relaxed, low-keyed atmosphere in general. And let’s say we prevail. Top management cuts us some slack.
Chances are we enjoy some temporary relief. Our stress level drops, and maybe we point to that as proof that the organization made the right move. . . .