Yoga therapy for developing emotional intelligence in mid-life managers
OBJECTIVE: To assess emotional intelligent quotient (EQ) in managers undergoing yoga-based Self Management of Excessive Tension (SMET) program. CONCLUSION: The results suggest that participation in a SMET program was associated with improvement in EQ and may have implications for "executive efficiency."
Yoga as an alternative and complementary approach for stress management: a systematic review.
Conclusions: Stress is a major public health problem and one of the approaches to address this problem is through yoga. A total of 17 interventions from 2001 to May 2013 looked at yoga and its efficacy in alleviating stress. Of these only 12 interventions were able to find positive effects in psychological or physiological outcome measures related to stress. Despite the limitations of not all studies using randomized controlled design, having smaller sample sizes, having diff
Numerous studies show that job stress is far and away the major source of stress for American adults and that it has escalated progressively over the past few decades. Increased levels of job stress as assessed by the perception of having little control but lots of demands have been demonstrated to be associated with increased rates of heart attack, hypertension and other disorders. In New York, Los Angels and other municipalities, the relationship between job stress and hear
Professional coaching maximizes potential and, therefore, unlocks latent sources of productivity.
Professional coaching maximizes potential and, therefore, unlocks latent sources of productivity. Positive People Building the self-confidence of employees to face challenges is critical in meeting organizational demands.