Although work is an activity that is fundamentally important to maintaining mental health, it can also be a source of stress that is difficult to manage. Stress in and of itself is neither negative nor positive. It is the emotions that accompany it that set the tone. In other words, if you have a positive reaction to a situation you need to adapt to, the stress involved will be constructive. This seminar will teach you handy strategies for making stress your ally instead of your adversary for a healthier, more productive workplace.
Understand what stress is, what causes it and what effects it can have.
Recognize the symptoms and sources of job-related stress.
Assess your ability to cope with stress and develop resiliency.
Learn more about mental health problems associated with burnout, identify at-risk personalities and determine how you can help them.
Develop strategies for managing stress and maintaining wellness.
Is this for you?
Mid-level and senior executives
This program is for you if:
You want to strike a better balance in your professional life.
Opportunity to up your productivity by achieving balance and increasing your job satisfaction.