Managing Stress at Work
April is Stress Awareness Month.
Stress is your body’s response to mental or emotional pressure. Whilst some amount of stress is good for you – fuelling you to be perceptive and productive, stress levels can all too easily spiral out of control and have serious effects on your physical and emotional health.
With work-related stress levels reportedly increasing even prior to the pandemic, today nearly half (49%) of UK adults admit to feeling stressed five or more days each month. Workload, work hours, colleagues and commuting are all cited as contributing factors to feeling stressed at work and needing time off. We know all too well that workplace stress can result in demoralised workforces, low morale, more absence and a higher staff turnover – but what can we do about it?
With a firm understanding of how and why stress affects us and a toolkit of tools and strategies for managing stress, we are more likely to be able to cope when stressful times arise. In this 60 minute stress management workshop, lead by an executive coach with 20 years corporate experience, you will learn:
- What stress is
- The stress responses in our body
- The physiological effects of stress
- How stress can make us sick
- The quickest ways to deal with stress
- A daily stress-reduction tool kit
- Your stress-reduction commitment plan
How it works:
- Capacity: Unlimited online capacity or up to 100 attendees on site.
- Length: 60 minutes.
- Logistics: This workshop is available in-house in London or for delivery as a virtual webinar. You’ll be sent an exclusive link to the workshop, which will be streamed via Zoom (or your preferred webinar platform)
- Your facilitator: An executive coach with 20+ years corporate experience.