Stress Management Training

Stress Management Training

Don't let an alligator catch you unawares! Explore the harmful long-term effects of stress on your mental and physical health.  Take a look at suggestions for managing your individual stresses more effectively, including changes in lifestyle and a range of stress management techniques.

Course Outline:

SECTION 1: Course Overview

SECTION 2: Crazy Captions

SECTION 3: Defining Stress and how it Affects Us

  • What is Stress?
  • How much Stress is too much?

SECTION 4: How Stressed am I?

SECTION 5: Causes of Stress

  • Common External Causes
  • Common Internal Causes
  • Holmes Rahe Stress Rating
  • How do I know when I’m Stressed?
  • Effects of Chronic stress
  • Can Stress Kill me?

SECTION 6: Dealing with Stress and its Symptoms

  • Learn to Manage Stress
  • The 4 A’s

SECTION 7: Two Vital Skills

  • Quick Stress Relief
  • Emotional Connection

SECTION 8: Stress at Work

  • Cost of Stress on the Job
  • Coping with work stress

SECTION 9: The "Less Stress" Lessons

Competition Time!

Course reference: STM115

Duration: One Day (1 Day)

Time: 09h00 - 15h30

Type: Onsite at your work premises, Open (Public) Course, E-learning (Online) course, Online via Google Meet

Fact: If stress levels are not managed effectively in the workplace, employees will become less productive and overall performance will drastically be affected.

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Training Methods: This workshop includes dynamic trainee/trainer interactions and discussions, written and oral exercises, role plays, case studies, reflection, quizzes and a workbook for each participant to take back to the workplace.

Target Audience: All employees can benefit from this workshop in order to reduce their stress, health risks and increase their productivity.

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