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Personality and stress

Here we briefly explore the role personality can play in the stress response by focusing on resilience – how to manage positive responses to stress.
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One factor that plays a role in how we respond to stress, and make sense of the world is our personality. Read the blog here to get an overview of the link between the big-five personality traits and resilience in work.

Do the personality factors identified strike a chord with your own experiences and observations?

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