Managing Your Stress

Activia Training
Course summary
Length: 1 day
Language: English
Location: Nationwide
Next available date: Enquire to discuss - Nationwide

Course Description

This one-day workshop explores the harmful long-term effects of stress on our mental and physical health and provides suggestions for managing individual stresses more effectively. It defines and explains stress, and covers strategies such as changes in lifestyle, stress management techniques such as relaxation and exercise, and the use of music or humour in dealing with stress.

Training Course Content

  • Introduction and Course Overview
  • Defining Stress and How it Affects Us
  • What is Stress About ?
  • Your Change-Friendly Quotient
  • Stress and Time
  • The Stress Tax
  • Managing Stress
  • Stress and Gender
  • Taking Care of Your Body and Mind
  • Three Basic Stress Management Strategies
  • The Less Stress Lessons
  • Plan for the Future
  • Your Personal Action Plan

Who Should Attend

Managers and supervisors, present and aspiring, who want to understand stress and how to deal with its effects on their own performance and that of staff who report to them.

Provider: Activia Training

Activia Training

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