International Journal of Multidisciplinary Trends
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International Journal of Multidisciplinary Trends

2020, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part A

Stress management for social and organizational excellence


Author(s): Dr. Veena Krishan Singh

Abstract: Intensions by a person behind doing any type of work, be it personal, social, organizational or religious are reflected in results of that work. Intensions are usually not known to others. By nature everybody hides his/ her intension. Close interaction with various groups of managers, supervisors and workers reveals that an individual invites stress/distress for himself/ herself in personal, familial, social and organizational setups, if his/ her intensions are dominated by Tamoguna i.e. his/ her intensions are self centered, oriented towards gaining larger benefits for himself/ herself, oriented towards showing others down and not caring for the benefits for others and for organization. On the other hand, if his/ her intensions are dominated by Satoguna i.e. he/ she wants to share the larger benefits with others and the organization, he/ she will feel Eustress. Suitable interventions of this type are to be designed and tested of utility to meet the challenges posed by globalization.

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Dr. Veena Krishan Singh. Stress management for social and organizational excellence. Int J Multidiscip Trends 2020;2(2):78-82.
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Trends