People are encountering stress, overwork, and the pressure of time constraints in their lives. Some stress is actually good for you because it inspires you to meet life’s challenges. Too much ongoing stress causes an almost continuous activation of your body’s stress-response system. The overexposure to cortisol and other stress hormones can increase your risk of obesity, insomnia, digestive problems, heart disease, depression, memory impairment, and physical illness. It is important to recognize when we are in distress. This workshop will provide practical tips and techniques to help you achieve better results and health through the effective management of distress.
- Principles of stress management
- Stress triggers and how to manage them
- Proactive responses to stressful situations
- Tips for managing stress both on and off the job
- Manage stress through diet, sleep and other lifestyle factors
- Develop a long term action plan to minimize and better manage stress
Who can attend?
Anyone under pressure who feels the negative impact of stress, and who wants to learn how to handle stress more effectively both in their work environment and personal lives.
What is covered?
- Understanding Stress
- How Science Defines Stress
- Our Perceptions and Stress
- Thought Awareness, Rational and Positive Thinking
- Happiness Studies, Gratitude and Stress Relief
- The Cost of Yes and Learning to Say No
- Increasing Productive Time and Your Long-Term Life Plan
- Easy Stress Relieving Exercises at Your Desk
- Considering your Diet
- Sleep, Exercise and Laughter Cures
We believe that learning – especially for adults -should be relevant and engaging. Our content is immediately useful and use current, real-world examples. It doesn’t matter if you have an MBA or left school at year 9 – our courses are accessible and useful to people from all walks of life and education.