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Publisher: University of Greenwich Leadership and Organisational Behaviour Research Group
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: H1, LB
This essay is an exploration into feelings of stress, anxiety and powerlessness amongst professionals in Higher Educational Institutions. This paper draws on research that helps to define and identify what is meant by stress and anxiety. It then attempts to capture current issues within the higher education sector and offer some reasons as to why stress amongst academics is on the increase. The discussion then moves onto different interpretations of how academics respond to the transformational changes they are experiencing. Related to this, different paradigms are suggested for interpreting the phenomenon of New Public Management (NPM).
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