Stress Management Workshops

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Stress Management Workshops

We create interactive tailor-made evidence-based stress management workshops for groups and one-on-one sessions. We educate, inform and guide management and staff through what they think stress is, how to recognise it and reduce, manage and control it in the workplace. We get everyone involved by taking a hands-on approach to individual stress and stress awareness including; personal stressors, the brain-body connection and stress appraisal.

We take a look at all of it to enable you to become more resilient by preventing, reducing and managing stressors and your stress responses better.

We Evaluate Results

You need to achieve your goal and we need to monitor our results. We evaluate the results of all our programmes and workshops by following up with you, measuring the progress of your staff and the effects our programmes and workshops have on your workplace performance. We look forward to working with you

Stress Management Workshop For Management

This stress management workshop targets line managers, HR staff, prevention officers, highly stressed teams and anyone who manages or supervises staff with the responsibility for workplace well-being. It can be taught over one full-day for minimum 4 and maximum 12 per group or two half-days for minimum 4 and maximum 12 per group.

This interactive evidence-based stress management workshop provides the tools needed to support colleagues under stressrecognise and to prevent, reduce and manage stress, stress-related illness, anxiety and burnout.

Aim:
  • Provide an understanding of stress and stress awareness.
  • Provide an understanding of the brain-body connection in stress response.
  • Provide an understanding of how and why we are responsible for our own stress.
  • Recognise the warning signs of stress and burnout and how to prevent, reduce and manage them.
  • Provide an understanding of what we are actually trying to manage and control
  • Listening and observation skills.
  • An understanding of what coping is.
  • Guidance on how to help and support staff members under stress.
  • Guidance on risk assessing for creating and implementing all relevant policies to comply with all EU and local government directives on reducing stress-related illness and psychosocial risks in the workplace.
  • Guidance on how to create a positive work culture, open up communication, increase staff morale, improve productivity and reduce absenteeism and presenteeism.
  • How to de-stress in the workplace; personal stress relief techniques.
This workshop can be extended to include anxiety in the workplace

Stress Management Workshop for Staff

This workshop provides all staff with the necessary tools to thrive and not just survive in the workplace. It’s designed for one-on-one and group sessions and can be taught over one full-day for minimum 4 and maximum of 12 per group, or two half-days for minimum 4 and maximum of 12 per group.

Employees will learn to:
  • Become more aware of their stressors.
  • Recognise signs and symptoms of stress in themselves and others; stress awareness.
  • Approach others with empathy and understand when stress is affecting the workplace.
  • Listen and observe.
  • Be productive when under work pressure.
  • Adjust their thinking about stress and their stress responses.
  • Understand how and why they decide what is stressful for them.
  • Recognise the stress-illness link and how this influences their thoughts and behaviours.
  • Understand what coping is and recognise their coping strategies.
  • Understand the brain-body connection during the stress response and how this can promote illness.
  • How important it is to de-stress in the workplace with personal stress relief techniques.
Aim:

  • To promote closer working relationships.
  • To encourage and promote conversation about mental health in the workplace.
  • To create open communication and a positive work culture.
  • Reduce absenteeism and presenteeism.
  • To cope better with stress in the workplace
  • To cope better with a stress-related illness.
  • To promote an awareness of workplace stressors and workplace stress-relief.
  • To instil the importance of stress relief in the workplace.
  • To provide an awareness of how the stress response can affect the culture and atmosphere of the workplace and the home.
  • To form strong and supportive team mentalities.

Stress Management Workshop For Education

This workshop is aimed at teachers and students in separate groups but can also be given individually. It can be taught over one full-day for minimum 4 and maximum 16 per group or two half-days for minimum 4 and maximum 16 per group.

Aim:
  • An awareness of stress and stress responses.
  • Knowledge of signs and symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression.
  • Open group communication.
  • An understanding of the stress-illness link.
  • Understanding emotions, feeling and behaviour.
  • A hands-on approach to guiding and supporting colleagues affected by stress, anxiety and depression.
  • To create a positive work culture, open up communication, increase morale, improve productivity and reduce absenteeism/presenteeism.
  • A knowledge of coping and coping strategies.
  • Knowledge of stress relief techniques in education.