Today’s workforce is experiencing job burnout and stress in epidemic proportions. Workers at all levels feel stressed out, insecure, and misunderstood. Many people feel the demands of the workplace, combined with the demands of home, have become too much to handle. This one-day workshop explores the causes of such stress, and suggests general and specific stress management strategies that people can use every day.
In this stress management training the participants are given the tools to handle the strains of multiple calls to their attention. Stress management in the workplace is a serious problem, especially with the senior management. They have got too many calls to their attention and generally very strict deadlines. Couple this with the fact that we are under constant sensory overloads due to more and more channels of information clamoring for our attention. This constant bombardment on our senses leads to various issues. Trying to resolve it on one’s own may lead to more inputs, it is better to go in for an Instructor Led Training where a senior facilitator will guide you to managing stress better.
You will spend the first part of the day getting to know participants and discussing what will take place during the workshop. Students will also have an opportunity to identify their personal learning objectives.
To begin, participants will explore what stress is and the effects it can have. They will also work on identifying their stressors.
This session will explore some of the things that stress is about. Participants will also learn about the positive effects of stress and what eustress is.
Next, participants will learn about the four pillars of stress management. Special focus will be given to relaxation techniques.
This session will give participants two mental strategies to manage stress. They will also learn about the Triple A approach: alter, avoid, and accept.
During this session, participants will complete a stress inventory to help them identify areas of stress at work. Participants will also identify some solutions for work-related stress.
A little bit of planning can go a long way towards reducing stress. Participants will work in small groups to brainstorm ways of managing time.
Next, participants will get some tips on running their household in a way that reduces stress, including budgeting, planning meals, general organization, and chores.
To wrap things up, participants will identify the things that drain and energize them.
At the end of the day, students will have an opportunity to ask questions and fill out an action plan.