Some Stress can be good for you.
Pressure helps you focus and gives you direction.
So a little more pressure and stress will make you even more productive won't it?
Well the thing about stress is that too much makes things and people fracture.
Not slowly, but instantly.
Stress Management Training Objectives
- Pressure and Performance Management
- Common Causes of Stress
- The Symptoms of Excess Stress
- Personal Stress Audit
- Identifying Pressure at Work
- Identifying Pressure at Home
- Improving Interpersonal Skills
- Characteristics of Well-Managed Stress
- Setting Clear Boundaries
- The Psychology of Changing Behaviour
- Making Appropriate Behaviour Changes
- Change Without Causing More Pressure
- Identifying and Managing Stress in Others
- Distinction between Pressure and Lack Of Ability
- The Link between Good Communication and Decreased Stress
Stress Management Training
Everyone is under stress and pressure of some sort for most of their working day and their home life.
The sort of stress we see as a challenge or an opportunity is usually very stimulating and perceived as a good thing.
However when things are piling up and there is not enough time to get through everything these same pressures can become anxiety-making and depressing and can even make you sick.
Being able to manage pressure and stress successfully can transform the workplace for many people.
Every company has pressure - foreseen and unforeseen.
Every person has pressure - foreseen and unforeseen.
Pretty much all of us need some form of stress to keep us motivated: deadlines, increased responsibilities, new colleagues, changes from on high.
You could say this is good stress.
Stress that can make us feel overwhelmed and buckling under the pressure, that might be called 'bad' stress.
This could include:
Changes from on high.
That's the thing about stress - it's different for everyone.
But there are some things that may happen in your company where it would be hugely beneficial for people to have some form of stress management.
So they can learn to deal with the pressure more effectively.
Try this stress management checklist
You may be noticing a drop in productivity
Short tempers and arguments over the petty things
Important issues being ignored
People may be missing deadlines
Not giving your customers and clients the attention and courtesy they require
Spending time at work being distracted
Working far more hours than they should
Never quite get caught up on their work
These are useful indicators that people are feeling the pressure and could use some support.
Stress management won't make the things that cause the stress to go away, but it will give people some really useful tools to help them cope and feel better in themselves.
Our Stress Management Training helps people recognise the impact of excess pressure on themselves and others.
It enables participants to be more effective at work and at home.
Tailored specifically to each group, Stress Management is designed to help employees and managers better deal with the pressures of the modern workplace.
To find out more call us on:
+44 (0)20 7226 1877
Stress Management Training
Freephone: 0808 1234 909
Training Course Accreditation
To ensure that the courses you attend are of the highest quality, offering the best professional tuition possible,
all our Open Courses are evaluated and accredited.
This accredited course is suitable for corporate and public sector Continuing Professional Development Plans and Portfolios.
- Isabel PollenFor Isabel it's all about encouraging the best possible outcome for each individual both professionally and personally
- Janet AddisonJanet employs her love of people and what makes them tick to support their development in a way that's fun, useful and truly unique
- Sheila Neville'I am both pleased and proud to be involved with a company delivering high quality training to people who intend to achieve above and beyond their existing capabilities.'
- Tom BodellTom's expertise is in Presentation Skills, Communication Skills and Storytelling. He also has a fondness for Time Management.