Relax!

The coming decade promises continued change, constant challenge, and cumulative chaos! To many, that statement can be boiled down to one common buzzword that is too often taken for granted… stress!

Stress Management is, simply, effective coping – and it’s a learned process. Stress management requires commitment but the benefits will prove immeasurable!

  • Methodology:
    All participants will be requested to select job-related stresses for study during the workshop. The course will be highly participative at the individual and group level. Extensive hands on practices supported by handouts, video, projects and assessment questionnaires, and quizzes.
  • For Whom:
    The workshop will be of value to all levels of people who have problems coping with work pressures, decisions, deadlines, difficult people.It is also appropriate for those who wish to learn and develop a healthy and positive outlook towards life and practice it in their workplace.
  • Class Size:
    25 persons
  • Duration:
    2 days from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
DescriptionTopics CoveredWhat You Will Learn

There are many situations where a corporate professional needs to solve problems and make decision in order to achieve results. Decisions made under stressful circumstances are rarely quality decisions.

The workshop looks at well-tested practical and enjoyable stress management techniques and methodology, as well as the attitudinal and interpersonal aspects of managing stress.

How to understand stress

Tools to help you and diagnose stress in your life:

  • Temper Test
  • Depression Quiz
  • Steadfast Quotion
  • Stress Assessment Test
  • Stress Identification Test
  • Stress-Susceptibility Test: Body Language
  • Stress Thermometer
  • Burnout Test

How to identify the stressors you can and cannot control:

  • Identifying controllable stressor

Tips to assess your readiness to make changes:

  • Recognizing what you can change
  • Circle of Power
  • Emotional Awareness
  • Physical Awareness

Methods to help you develop a systematic approach

Tips on how to eliminate or minimize stressors:

  • Anti S.O.B Missiles (Stress, Overload, Burnout)

Rules to manage your time:

  • Everyday to-do list
  • Away with time wasters
  • Take a break

Techniques to help you implement short-term and long-term coping mechanisms:

  • Stress Audit
  • Coping Balance Sheet
  • Everyday tips for stress release

Smart techniques to help you implement a plan of action

How to address stressful thoughts and behaviour:

  • Your personality, your stress
  • Belief System
  • Handling Expectations

Examples of roadblocks and how to avoid them:

  • The power of Reframing and Focus
  • Distorted Thinking Patterns
  • Blissful Awareness
  • Avoiding questions

Stress Management Action Plan:

  • Goal Setting
  • Anticipating Stress
  • The only certainty is uncertainty
  • Stress Control Support Systems
  • Physical and Mental Steps for Stress Release
  1. To develop a personal stress management system.
  2. To identify personal stressors
  3. To identify both positive and negative stress
  4. To use proven techniques to manage unwanted stress
  5. To practice everyday stress reduction techniques
  6. To identify time wasters that lead to stress
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