Stress Management Workshop
Are the demands of the workplace, home, or both, becoming too much to handle? If so you’ve come to the right place.
The Stress Management Workshop is for anyone who is experiencing burnout or stress.
This one-day stress management training course explores the causes of such stress, and suggests general and specific stress management strategies that can be used every day.
The stress management workshop can be delivered in-person or online, to a group, or to individuals who would like a one-on-one personal session.
Organisations can opt for this stress management training in the workplace.
Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be better able to manage their stress and earn hours towards their ongoing professional development.
How you will benefit?
- Understand that stress is a positive, unavoidable part of everyone’s life
- Recognize the symptoms that tell you when you have chronic stress overload
- Identify those situations in your life that cause you the greatest stress
- Identify those actions which add to your stress
- Change the situations and actions that can be changed
- Deal better with situations and actions that can’t be changed
- Create an action plan for work, home, and play to help reduce and manage stress
How will workplaces benefit?
Stress management training in the workplace can help empower employees – (read more about stress at work)
Improved employee well-being and job satisfaction:
Reduced stress levels: Employees learn techniques to manage stress, leading to better overall mental and physical health. This can lower anxiety, depression, and absenteeism due to stress-related illness.
Increased job satisfaction: Stress can make work feel overwhelming and lead to burnout. Learning to manage stress can allow employees to feel more capable and in control, boosting their engagement and satisfaction with their work.
Enhanced resilience: Courses can equip employees with tools to cope with challenges and bounce back from setbacks, leading to improved mental toughness and adaptability
Increased productivity and performance:
Sharpened focus and concentration: Stress can cloud judgment and hinder focus. Managing stress allows employees to think clearly and efficiently, leading to better decision-making and improved performance.
Enhanced creativity and problem-solving: A calmer mind is more open to new ideas and able to approach problems from different angles, leading to increased innovation and problem-solving skills.
Reduced presenteeism: Employees who are stressed and disengaged are more likely to “presenteeism,” where they are physically present but not mentally engaged. Stress management can help employees be more present and productive during their work hours
Improved workplace culture and relationships:
Better communication and collaboration: Stress can lead to irritability and poor communication. Learning to manage stress can foster more positive and constructive interactions between colleagues, improving teamwork and collaboration.
Stronger employee-employer relationships: Offering stress management shows employees that their well-being is valued, leading to increased trust and loyalty towards the organization.
Reduced conflict and tension: Stress can exacerbate existing workplace conflicts. By equipping employees with stress management tools, the workplace can become a more positive and harmonious environment.
Reduced healthcare costs: Stress can lead to a variety of health problems, which can increase healthcare costs for employers. By helping employees manage stress, companies can potentially save money on healthcare expenses.
Reduced employee turnover: A stressed workforce is more likely to leave their jobs. Offering stress management can help retain valuable employees and reduce the costs associated with recruitment and training.
Improved company reputation: Companies that prioritize employee well-being are often seen as more attractive employers, which can help attract and retain top talent.
Stress Management Workshop Course topics
Defining stress and how it affects us
What is stress about?
Building a solid foundation
Stress at work
Time management tips
Stress at home
Drainers and Fillers
Hidden benefits of stress management
Stress management techniques can have a multitude of benefits. By learning to manage stress the personal benefit is the profound changes in the quality of life you lead and your personal and professional relationships.
Identifying the stressors and triggers help manage stress and reduce fatigue, and lethargy, it also improves sleep, digestion and cardiovascular health. Insight into how to manage stress gives you the power to work with stress to become productive in your workplace. It also gives you the power to say “No” and step back and take a break when situations get overwhelming
In organisations, the cost of staff absenteeism is enormous due to stress, depression and anxiety (SDA). Stress management can help us strengthen the work culture within an organization by promoting a greater degree of awareness. It can help employees and employers become more aware of their own stressors, helping them to recognize and respond to stress in a more responsible way promotes a healthy and productive work environment.
This responsible behaviour can improve workplace culture and interactions. This in turn helps reduce employee absenteeism costs to employers and makes a significant economic contribution at both the business and national levels.
Reduced absenteeism helps businesses perform better, while the external benefits are reduced burdens on the local healthcare sector, improved contribution to the local economy as a result of improved earnings, and reduced benefit claims, all of which are positive outcomes.
- Course led by an expert facilitator
- Small interactive classes (Max 10 ppl) or one-on-one
- Delegate course materials
- Personalized certificate of completion
In addition to stress management workshop we also provide the The Mindfulness Course find out more.