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Routines have proven psychological benefits. In times of high stress and high uncertainty, such as the coronavirus pandemic, establishing a degree of stability can be an effective way for managers to protect wellbeing in their teams.
Routines have proven psychological benefits: helping to improve the clarity of thought, reducing anxiety and improving productivity. In times of high stress and high uncertainty, such as the coronavirus pandemic, establishing a degree of stability can be an effective way for managers to protect wellbeing in their teams.
This guide was written for NHS leaders to help them maintain a routine for their teams, but line managers from other organisations might also find it useful.
It is broken up into multiple short sections, including:
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