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Video: The role of personality, values and cognitive ability in stress sensitivity

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Why are some people more sensitive to stress

Not everyone responds to stress the same way. Some people are more sensitive to it, while others easily take in their stride.

So what makes the difference? Is it in our nature to be resilient, or is it something we can learn?

And what are the different factors that contribute to our stress-resistance? What roles do personality, values and cognitive ability play?

Can organisations recruit for people who are more tolerant of stress and what effect does this have on the workplace?

What makes someone more sensitive to stress?

Watch the video to understand the different factors that contribute to someone's stress-tolerance, and how organisations can use this information to recruit a more resilient workforce.

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