Managing Stress in the Workplace
- The Managing Stress in the Workplace is a 1 day course designed for those in any environment where stress is, or is becoming an issue affecting personal health, emotions, mental health and/or behavioural changes for themselves or others.
- This course helps to highlight major areas of concern where, perhaps a change in behaviour or mood swings is having a detrimental effect on day-to-day work and personal life.
- This course can be applied for those at work, where pressures are becoming increasingly challenging to cope with. Equally, anyone from any walk of life might find this course a useful tool in helping colleagues, members of family and themselves.
- Symptoms of stress can become more apparent as personal stress increases. Here are a few examples of common symptoms, split into four categories:
- Physical signs: headaches, tiredness, nausea, frequent colds, palpitations, aches and pains
- Emotional signs: irritability, feeling angry, drained, no enthusiasm, reduced self-esteem, lack of job satisfaction, alienated
- Mental signs: Indecision, failing memory, persistent negative thoughts, loss of concentration, making mistakes, less sensitive
- Behavioural signs: unsociability, unable to relax, lack of sleep, loss of appetite or over-eating, poor time management
- This course offers constructive strategies to bring a more positive approach into daily life where stressful situations arise.