Stress Management Training Course:  

 

 

Synopsis:
The programme is run over one day (or two days to further incorporate role plays and discuss real life scenarios) and provides essential ‘real life’ tools for delegates to become aware of the destructive force of stress and how to manage and indeed enhance there performance, so that stress becomes a positive part of life as opposed to potentially becoming destructive.

Aims & Objecives:
The aim of this workshop is to enable participants to identify factors that cause stress in the workplace, what can be done to minimise them and understand the managers’ responsibilities.

Pre-Requisites
None

Course Content:

DEFINITION OF STRESS

  • When Pressure becomes Stressful
  • Experiences
  • What is stress? Fight or flight response

STRESS MODEL

  • Significant Life Events
  • Early Background
  • Life Style
  • Stressors & Resources
  • Behaviour

RECOGNISING & MANAGING STRESS

  • How to spot the signs of stress and the effects of stress
  • Values & Beliefs
  • Where is stress coming from?
  • Behavioural Signs of Stress
  • Recognising Symptoms questionnaire
  • What will stress do if not managed?
  • What can we do to manage stress?
  • Long term implications of stress
  • Learn Relaxation techniques
  • Discover Self hypnosis and visualization

THE MANAGERS ROLE

  • Responsibilities
  • Good Practices
  • Legislation
  • Rust Out/Burn Out

NETWORKS & SUPPORT

  • Challenge & Support
  • Network Grid
  • Johari’s Window
  • Communicating with self and others
  • Beyond positive thinking

WORK / LIFE BALANCE

  • Life Style v Work Demands
  • Holmes & Rahe Scale

Learning Outcomes

  • By the end of this workshop participants will be able to:
  • Improve moral and teamwork
  • Create something that lasts
  • Allow workers to own there work
  • Create a greater sense of cohesion
  • Allow for greater flexibility in delegation
  • Increase organizational effectiveness
  • Create an atmosphere of winning and being on top of things
  • Describe the signs and symptoms of stress in themselves and others.
  • Acknowledge to themselves and others when they are stressed.
  • Describe factors in their lifestyle, which help and hinder their ability to manage pressure.
  • Explain the Stress Model and how the elements link with each other.
  • Describe significant life events, which may have contributed to their level of stress.
  • List sources of support.
  • List statutory provisions relevant to workplace stress.
  • Draw up a specific Action Plan for dealing with stress.

Duration:
1-2 Days dependent on requirements

No of Delegates; – The Total Number of delegates that can sit this is course is a maximum of 12 to uphold the quality of our training and to ensure the course is properly embedded to achieve the companies / individual goals. 

Prices£849 (ex VAT) Per day for up to 12 delegates trained onsite

(An additional charge for travel will be applied at 40p per mile from Sequence HQ to your premises)