Managing Workload Pocketbook (ebook only)

Will Thomas


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Teaching is a challenging and rewarding profession but it comes with a significant workload: a recent survey found that work-related stress among teachers is double the national average for most other professions.

Will Thomas demonstrates how changing your mental approach to workload and implementing a few key elements to manage stress can minimise the impact of psychological distress on your health and well-being. From effective planning, thinking and delegation to goals, sleep and resilience, the book is a mine of information. It contains a workload management self-evaluation tool with strategies, steps and solutions for making changes where changes are needed.

When you’re juggling several balls, remember: work is rubber; health and family are crystal. This Pocketbook helps make sure you never drop the wrong one!

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Will Thomas

Publication Date

July 2015



Formats Available

paperback, ebook

Paperback Dimensions

105x148x7 mm

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From the first edition: “I was already a great fan of this series of books, having devoured and exploited the Head of Department’s Pocketbook last year. ‘Managing Workload’ is very much in the same vein: a small book big on practical ideas. In both its setting out of facts and evidence, and in its proffering of strategies and solutions, it is clear and concise.! – Gary Emerson, Teacher of Modern Language, Yarm School

“A tremendous self-evaluation tool for those who want to reach the ultimate work-life balance.” – Ann Rickard, Assistant Headteacher, South Bromsgrove High School