The Corporate Chill Pill

Seligman, Melanie
July 2005
New Zealand Management;Jul2005, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p64
Emphasizes the importance of promoting health consciousness among employees in New Zealand. Conduct of life of effective executives; Advantage of consulting psychologists on issues regarding performance management or executive coaching; Aim of Well for Life, a specialist provider of corporate health programmes in New Zealand; Other corporate health services in the country.


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