80% of U.S. workers are stressed out, 14% have felt like striking coworker, and 25% have felt like screaming or shouting. This results in higher turnover, absenteeism, and healthcare costs, and drives lower engagement. And all of that will cost you time, headache, and cash. (Also, someone might punch you.)
That’s the bad news.
The good news is you can reduce stress by having better relationships with your coworkers, dealing with problems before they fester, getting things off your chest, and setting more reasonable expectations with management about workload. We give people the skills to do all-of-the-above.