Stress is non-selective in who it affects, whether they are in employment or not, and at whatever level of the working hierarchy!
People react differently to situations they find themselves in, a scenario which might lead one person to experience stress might have no effect on another.
A certain amount of stress can help people achieve their goals and generally ‘get things done’. However, problems can arise when a person begins to feel pressure – events seemingly controlling them rather than them being in control. This mental state ultimately having an adverse effect upon physical and mental health and wellbeing.
This course will provide an understanding of what is meant by the term ‘stress’, provide the opportunity for delegates to assess their susceptibility to stress, and learn how to address the symptoms.
What do delegates get out of it?
- An understanding of what is meant by the term ‘Stress’
- What creates stress
- Symptoms to look out for
- How susceptible they are to stress
- Is their life in balance?
- How to reduce stress
- Technique for prioritising and controlling activity
- Managing stress for self and others
- Preventing and reducing stress at work.
What’s been said by those attending it:
‘I wish I had learnt this before I became a manager’.
‘This will be really useful both in work and at home’.
For your reference, please download a course outline here.