Mastering Stress in the Workplace
STRESS It's everywhere you turn. Constant deadlines at your job. Unyielding pressure. Last-minute meetings. Doing more in less time.... with no letup in sight.
You may have limited control over the events that bombard you at your job, BUT there's a lot you can do about how you respond. And this balancing act is an art and science they never taught you in school. Your effectiveness on the job, your long-term health, and the overall quality of your life all depend on it.
Mastering Workplace Stress will give you the tools to deal confidently with your chronic stressors, so you can move through your day with greater balance and ease -- no matter what the world throws at you. Managing job stress will let you enjoy your 9-5.
Mastering Stress in the work place is a hands-on experiential program. It provides a range of easy-to-learn skills and strategies to address the immediate and long term effects of chronic stress. Participants will leave each session feeling balanced and relaxed, and more able to take on new business challenges with focus and resiliency. They'll also receive the training to sustain positive momentum under the most trying circumstances.
Program options include half day or full day sessions, a series of mini-trainings, and phone coaching sessions.
Mastering Workplace Stress provides solutions during:
•Everyday situational challenges Acute crisis
•Mergers and acquisitions
•An unexplained drift in employee direction, commitment or morale
•Times when intense competition affects collaboration
•Reduced employee productivity
Mastering Stress in the work place will give you tools to:
•Identify and transform the three major sources of stress
•Lower your stress on demand
•Manage your personal workplace stressors
•Build bridges in challenging relationships
•Maintain high performance in difficult times
•Learn to use imagery for health maintenance
•Strengthen your long term physical health
If you think that stress is not an issue in your organization, consider this:
"The nature of work is changing at whirlwind speed. Perhaps now more than ever before, job stress poses a threat to the health of workers and, in turn, to the health of organizations."
- US Department of Health and Human Services
"Health care expenditures are nearly 50% greater for workers who report high levels of stress."
- Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
"Workers who must take time off work because of stress, anxiety, or a related disorder will be off the job for about 20 days."
- Bureau of Labor Statistics