We all have our own ways of dealing with stress. But what is it and why do we respond the way we do? This one day workshop looks at pressure in the workplace and shows how to develop the range of skills to help deal with it. Delegates will understand how to reduce stress on themselves but also gain pointers on how to help those around them deal with stress.
Who should attend • Everyone who feels that they are under pressure in the workplace. • Anyone who wants to deal with it.
Why you should attend We are under increasing pressure in all sorts of ways: working hours, commuting, financial pressures, consumerism, family life, relationships, client demands …… the list goes on. Are we victims or are we able to take charge? Attending this workshop will give you plenty of ideas to help you cope.
What the programme will cover • What is the right amount of pressure? • How to identify the causes of stress. • Understanding our personal values. • Developing a positive attitude. • Assertive behaviour. • Stress and our personal drivers. • Strategies to help ourselves and others around us.
Training Methodology This workshop will be highly participative and your seminar leader will present, guide and facilitate the learning, using a range of methods including discussions, case studies and exercises. Where appropriate, these will include real issues brought to the workshop by delegates. The workshop is backed-up with a full delegate workbook, visual aids, and case material where appropriate.
Workshop Duration Usually one day as a guide although some organisations have benefited from a more comprehensive two-day programme – sometimes split over a few weeks as issues that arise on the first day may take a while to resolve internally. Be prepared to be flexible – we are!
Maximum Group Size Ideally, no more than 12 people per workshop but since this event is designed as an in house programme with your key people, it can be adjusted to accommodate your needs.