STRESS MANAGEMENT & PERFORMANCE DEVELOPMENT TRAINING
This two-day course includes the theory of stress and its management. The course takes a multimodal cognitive-behavioral approach to stress management and is based on current research and practice. Some of the topics included are individual and organizational symptoms of stress, thinking errors and thinking skills, stress mapping, stability zones, relaxation techniques, biofeedback, pressure and stress, lifestyle management, physical outlets, management of the personal work environment, Type a behavior, locus of control, time management, coping strategies at work and home. The application of theory to practice in different settings, e.g. coaching, counseling, health education, individual and group training, and management will be covered. A book, manual, handouts and bidets are provided. A number of questionnaires will need completing at the end of the first day of the course..
WHO SHOULD ATTEND ?
As the program title proclaims after this training you will be equipped with a tool box of strategies that you can immediately begin to implement. These strategies will make you develop techniques to manage stress effectively and prevent stress becoming an issue in working performance.
Moreover, you will leave the training with comprehensive techniques that you can use to continue develop a balanced and stress-free culture and environment at your work place.
The two-day program will be highly interactive encouraging the participants to contribute their own personal stress experiences. The trainer will offer his expertise, as well as, a variety of learning techniques such as corporate and business school case studies, self-assessments, videos and teamwork activities.