Stress in the workplace is rampant. How we manage stress for our own well being but also to more effectively address our objectives in business is key to being a valuable employee, an effective manager, and a strong leader.
Too often, we ignore the impact that unmanaged stress can have on the bottom line. This is because we may have a common tendency to overvalue results at the expense of relationship----with ourselves and with others. Managing stress involves addressing the relationship with ourselves while we work as well as addressing how we are relating to others--down, up, or across the corporate hierarchy.
What will you learn in this course?
A cursory understanding of stress and the nervous system
How to identify signs and symptoms of stress in yourself
How to identify triggers and scenarios in the workplace that lead to unmanaged stress
Introduction to the first tangible point in the effective management of stress
Learn one evidence-based method to manage stress in the body
Start an action plan to manage stress more effectively at work
“We do not have to be slaves to our own minds. We can make changes at any time,” says Dan Guerra, Psy.D., a leading expert in behavioral change and stress management. Dr. Guerra’s innovative treatments help people emerge better versions of themselves so they’re more fulfilled in their personal relationships, successful in their careers, and...