Stress Management Training Courses
The HSE has designated stress as a hazard for the health of individuals and for the health of organisations.
Training for Managers
Our courses provide managers with the knowledge, tools and practical resources to minimise the risk of stress for their teams and the organisation as a whole. Each delegate gains access to on-line resources for use back in the workplace.
Training for Employees
Delegates learn that because it is so subjective personalised strategies are the key to effective stress management. A workbook with techniques is provided along with a Relaxation Techniques audio download to help you to switch off after work.
In today’s fast-paced world we can all benefit from having a powerful toolkit of practical strategies to keep us mentally focused, emotionally balanced, and performing at our best. Mindfulness is such an approach. If you find that juggling the multiple demands of the day can sometimes leave you feeling a little bit frazzled then this session is for you.
What is Emotional Intelligence? Aristotle did a fine job of defining Emotional Intelligence a very long time ago when he said: “Anyone can become angry – that is easy. But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way – this is not easy.”
Comments from delegates after attending our Stress Management Training Courses
“I feel more comfortable in dealing with stress in the workplace – from identifying it in myself and others, to conducting an investigation/supporting someone who is suffering from stress.”
“So glad this course was ‘managing’ stress with practical applications, not just wishy-washy ‘stress characteristics’.”
“”Very informative, have reconsidered my opinion of stress and stress related illness. Have noted the benefits of early intervention and understand better the tools available to help deal with this”
“Personal outcomes met. Enhanced my knowledge and provided excellent tools which I will use in the workplace to support individuals and the team”