Stress Management/Resilience Training
- 22nd March 2023
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Course duration: Two days (non consecutive)
Additional notes for course:
Venue: Virtual Online
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Aims and objectives
The aim of the training is to enable you to understand stress and how you personally react to it. The primary aim of the course is to put you in control of your stress response.
In order to be able to control your personal reaction you must first be mindful of it and then be able to “feel” that you can control it. That is the purpose of the MP3 file that each person will receive at the end of the course. The course also comes with a 28 page workbook.
Who should attend
As a busy person you understand the demands of the real world. The increasing demands placed on us personally and professionally affect our health and our business. What makes some people focus and perform better under pressure while others struggle? The answer is Resilience. This does not mean being hard. Resilience is a measure of your subconscious flexibility and also what practical and psychological coping mechanisms you have access to.
This unique practical training experience will transfer that knowledge to you so you can perform to your full ability each day equipped with the tools and techniques to reduce stress. I promise you will never forget the content from this day. That’s a big promise.
Each day is custom made to suit the requirements of the group attending. However the basic topics listed below will be covered:
- How your mind works
- What stress actually is
- How the mind and body reacts to stress
- The affects stress has on the body
- The flight of flight reaction
- Common coping mechanisms
- The general adaption syndrome
- How pressure turns to stress
- How stress reduces performance
- The main areas of stress management
- Complete a personal stress audit, swot analysis and stress diary
- How to cope with work overload
- Time management tips
- How to work with difficult people
- How to deliver bad news
- Co-worker and team stress
- Performance stress
- Environmental stress
- Awareness and positive thinking
- The power of thought
- Emotions and what they mean
- How to manage emotions
- Chemical stress
Once you understand the basic mechanics of how your mind works you can apply these skills to the stressful situations in your life, whether they be at home or at work. The MP3 file and workbook are additional resources to make the learnings real.