fatigue management

A 16-post collection


In our last post “An introduction to Employee Experience Concept”, we approached a bit about the “Why its an important concept”, “How it is measured” and “What can an organization promote to achieve a good Employee Experience Index”. This methodology is inspired on the design thinking approach were the “notion that empathy for human needs and values is vital to good design”, and where the design thinking process starts with the stage of empathizing, followed by defining, ideating, prototyping, and testing. The idea of Employee Experience Design is to build, organizations in which their change management strategies are centred on...

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2018 was referred by Denise Lee Yohn in Forbes as being the year of Employee Experience. It’s time to transform the perception of work and design a new approach to change management instead of the conventional change management approach. Why? Because despite seeming a counterintuitive concept: successful customer experiences depend upon putting your employees first, not your customers. “My philosophy has always been, if you can put staff first, your customers second, and shareholders third, effectively, in the end, the shareholders do well, the customers do better, and your staff remains happy.” —Sir Richard Branson “We all know the...

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Are you a manager or a human resource’s manager? Do you sometimes wonder how to improve the performance of your team? Or how to help your team to have more focus on specific moments or tasks? This article is about some ideas to help you and your team to have more creative breaks and consequently to be more focus when it's needed, helping you and your team with ideas for a good and effective stress management. “Unlike your cell phone, which popular wisdom tells us should be depleted to zero percent before you charge it fully to 100 percent,...

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“Csikszentmihalyi says that when challenges exceed our skills, we feel anxiety; when our skills exceed challenges, we feel boredom.” And Hans Selye, one of the founding fathers of stress management research, said: "Stress is not necessarily something bad – it all depends on how you take it. The stress of exhilarating, creative successful work is beneficial, while that of failure, humiliation or infection is detrimental." When a person’s physiological response to an external stimulus that triggers the "fight-or-flight" reaction, is called stress. " Fight-or-flight " is a term used to describe when our organism experiences a shock or perceives a threat, and...

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People Analytics a sophisticated analyses of big data together with Real-Time monitoring systems is like an omnipresent science that can be a predictive tool to predict and prevent staff behavior, helping to recognize when is time to take a break and avoiding Mental Fatigue, burnout, and other overwork associated problems. “Predictive analytics transcends human perception (...)” (Siegel) The reality in Human Resources management is being rethought. Why? Because Companies want to be able to “Describe ('What happened?'), Diagnostic ('Why did it happen?'), Predict ('What will happen?') or Prescript ('What should happen?')”. Something like an “intelligent platform”, that...

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