Stress Management Training

Stress Management Training

Our stress management training can transform the way you deal with stress.

Some stress can be good for you.

Pressure helps you focus and gives you direction.

Will more stress and pressure make you more productive?

The thing about stress is that too much of it causes people to fracture, often very quickley.

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Everyone is under stress and pressure of some sort during their working day and in their home life.

Stress that we see as a challenge or an opportunity is usually very stimulating and a good thing.

But when short on time, the same pressures can become anxiety-making and depressing, or even make you sick.

Being able to manage pressure and stress successfully can transform the workplace for many people.

Every company and every person has to deal with pressure, both 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 is bad stress.

Bad stress can be created by:

Deadlines

Increased responsibilities

New colleagues

Changes from on high

Stress is different for everyone.

There will always be times in your business where it would be hugely beneficial for people to have some form of stress management, to help people deal with the pressure more effectively.

Try this stress management checklist

Are you experiencing:

A drop in productivity? Increased absenteeism? Short tempers and arguments over petty things? Important issues being ignored? Missed deadlines? Customers and clients not being given the attention and courtesy they require? Staff being distracted? People working far more hours than they should? People never being up to date with their work?

These are useful indicators that people are feeling the pressure and could use some support.

Stress management training 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, our stress management courses are designed to help employees and managers deal better with the pressures of the modern workplace.

Call us to find out more about our stress management London and UK courses:

+44 (0)20 7226 1877

Stress Management Training

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Stress Management Training

If you want to know more about our Stress Management Training and its suitability for you or your company call us on:

Freephone: 0808 1234 909

You may well be able to speak directly to one of our trainers. If not, one of them will call you within 24 hours.

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.

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The Impact Factory
Stress Management Training Team

Impact Factory Training ConsultantIsabel Pollen
For Isabel it's all about encouraging the best possible outcome for each individual both professionally and personally
Impact Factory Training ConsultantJanet Addison
Janet 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 - Impact Factory Training ConsultantSheila 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.'
Impact Factory Training ConsultantTom Bodell
Tom's expertise is in Presentation Skills, Communication Skills and Storytelling. He also has a fondness for Time Management.