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Research and experience tells us that if you can:
Enable increased perception of control;
Reduce uncertainty, and the associated anxiety and insecurity;
Provide support, especially in highly pressurised or stressful situations;
Tackle sources of pressure (stressors) in your work area…
..then you will minimise the risk of stress-related illness and increase wellbeing and performance at work.
Stress Management Training for Managers Stress Management Training for Managers This course enables delegates to: identify signs of stress in their team members; discuss the employee’s stress triggers with them; and agree individual strategies to be reviewed at a later …
An explanation of why managers should consider psychological wellbeing alongside any potential physical dangers when carrying out workplace risk assessments. How to use In Equilibrium’s ‘CUSP’™ framework to manage mental health conditions at work is outlined.
In Equilibrium’s Resilience Training for Managers course has been designed to help Managers meet some of the key competencies which are crucial to successful performance. Many organisations, in all sectors, are now incorporating this training in their management development programmes to equip their Managers with valuable skills to deal with ongoing challenges in the workplace.
Often the feeling is that mentioning the word ‘stress’ will, in itself, give people a license to make it more of an issue than it really is. In our experience the contrary tends to be the case and, indeed, providing awareness training and having a proactive strategy to aim to reduce the impact of stress in an organisation is something that has a very positive long term impact, both on the individual wellbeing of those employed and their productivity and engagement.
In seeking to prevent stress, the aim is not to reduce pressure for the sake of it. The right amount of pressure can be motivating and good for both health and performance. However, excessive pressure or demands will cause stress, especially when the pressure is unremitting or ‘chronic.