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Our Stress Management Training can be individually customised

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Stephen Covey

 

We are regularly asked by our customers if we can customise a training course to meet their specific criteria and, importantly, to fit within an allocated time-frame. One of the most popular requests we receive regarding our Stress Management training is from employers who are looking to offer their managers, supervisors and/or team leaders a day’s training with the objective of helping them to better manage their own personal stress, as well as learning to prevent or reduce work-related stress within their teams.

The one-day course we have devised for this requirement is a combination of our Stress Management Techniques course and our Stress Management Training for Managers course. Although the exact content is customised for each individual request, generally the morning is spent helping the participants to become more stress aware and a toolkit of techniques and exercises, for use both within and outwith the working environment, is discussed. In the afternoon, the focus moves on to enabling the leaders to identify signs of stress in their team members and the role they can play in the reduction and prevention of work-related stress in the organisation as a whole.

The course is highly interactive and contains a variety of group and individual exercises, case studies, scenarios, personal reflection and action planning. Each participant is also afforded access to online resources.

If you would like to find out more about how this training could benefit your organisation, please complete our contact form here.

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