“Reducing stress is an inside job.” Dr. Patricia Crane
According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, job stress is not only related to workers characteristics, but also to the working conditions.
While the focus of this Stress Management training is on individual strategies for reducing stress, suggestions for reducing stress working conditions will also be offered.
During this hour training, participants will be able to discover the real causes of stress and learn ways to release them.
During this workshop, participants will discover:
- The cost of stress to the individual and the business.
- The nature of stress
- What’s a stressor, stress, eustress
- Statistics relating to stress
- Signs and symptoms of stress
- Assessing stress triggers and level
- Physical and mental relaxation techniques that they can apply in their daily life
- Tools and techniques to help co-workers handle their emotions in a healthy way
- Tools and techniques to be able to deal with work challenges with more understanding and more awareness
- Tips to improve their time management
- Ways to develop their communication skills.
Moreover, each participant needs to get their own workbook that includes numerous exercises for:
- Assessing individual physical and psychological symptoms of stress
- Stress buffers
- Relaxation methods
- Thought-changing skills for reducing stress
- Improving time management
- Identifying values that affect time use and effective communication strategies.
When I was still working in a company, what really helped me overcome stress and challenges in the workplace were learning and practicing life coaching techniques.
I was still studying life coaching and I found in every challenge, an opportunity to practice, to heal and to grow.
I won’t go into details now, however, I assure you, that miracles did happen! Especially the night I used the Ho’ponopono technique to improve a situation with a colleague.
Colleagues came to me asking for guidance to help them release tension, remain calm and be able to see challenges in a different way.