Managing Stress For Success
Code - BC-602 Duration - 1 Day
Lack of control, going through change, poor relationships and support or ill-defined roles are all causes of workplace stress.
In addition managers, supervisors or team leads should ensure that their own management style is effective in reducing or preventing stress in others.
This course will help attendees understand what stress actually is and from that understanding how to use the mind and body to minimise stress.
Using a ‘Stress Management Competency Indicator Tool’ attendees can analyse how to best adapt their management style to reduce or prevent stress in team members.
The course also provides practical techniques and strategies to plan effectively, gain more control and thereby reduce workplace stress.
Attendees Will Learn:
- The physiological nature of stress
- How to use their mind and body to improve performance and well-being
- Practical techniques for taking control and minimising stress
- How their own management style can be developed to prevent or reduce
stress in others and create more effective teams
Who Should Attend:
- Managers, Team Leads or Supervisors responsible for others’ performance
- Those wanting to improve their own productivity and effectiveness
Stress – What is it?
- Stress at Work: The Impact and Cost
- The Five Key Causes of Workplace Stress
- Understanding Stress & The Stress Response
- The Impact of Perception
Dealing With My Stress
- Understanding & Managing Emotions
- Cognitive Restructuring and Reframing (Thinking Differently)
- Physiological Adjustments (Behaving Differently)
- Mindfulness & Relaxation Techniques
Preventing Stress In The Team
- How Am I Managing?
- Workplace Triggers - What Pushes The Buttons?
- Recognising Stress in Others
- Management Competencies for Preventing Stress In Others
- Using Emotional Intelligence and Resilience
- When Stress Can Be Good!
- Developing Assertiveness
- Managing Your Time: A Role Approach
- Planning: The Key To Taking Control
- S.M.A.R.T.E.R. Goal Setting
- Getting Organised: Developing A Work-Life Framework
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