This course enhances participants understanding of stress and
equips them with tools and techniques to enable them to
boost their health and wellbeing.
- Learn the physical and psychological signs of stress at work and at home
- Distinguish between pressures that can and cannot be controlled
- Highlights the importance of perception and other individual factors
- Identifies a variety of coping strategies that can be used to deal with stress-related issues
- Opportunity to put together a personal action plan based on material covered during the course
The Stress Management Techniques course enables participants to understand the meaning of stress and how to differentiate it from pressure. A toolkit of stress management techniques and exercises is provided for participants to use in the work environment, as well as in their own time.
This course gives participants a choice of tools and techniques they can use to focus on the things in their lives that can minimise the risk of stress and enhance their feelings of wellbeing.
It introduces concepts like the stress container and stress control inventory to support delegates in the process of understanding what they can and can't change. This then provides insights into the best ways for them to reduce their stress.
The course is practical and engaging and includes a variety of individual exercises. Delegates will also benefit from revisiting the exercises after the course when they have the time and space to think fully about their life and the issues raised.
Who Is This Training Course For?
Any staff member within an organisation would benefit from Stress Management Techniques. As stress is subjective, people need to observe and learn a variety of strategies to enable them to select those that will work best for them.
The trainer, Sue Butterfield, is an experienced facilitator and will put delegates at ease with the technology and the course exercises. All she asks is that delegates have their camera and sound turned on from the start of the session and she will lead them, in a supportive way, through the course topics. Training is delivered in a relaxed and flexible manner with plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion. Practical exercises will be used to illustrate the themes of the course.
Trainer: Sue Butterfield
Sue is an energetic and creative Training and Development professional with a wide range of knowledge gained working with public, private and voluntary organisations. She has particular experience working in local government, the construction industry and the RAF and is passionate about raising awareness of mental health in the workplace.
Sue has experience of planning and delivering a comprehensive range of consultancy and training interventions for organisations across all sectors. She has an approachable style with a professional blend of management experience, facilitation skills, consultancy skills and business acumen.
Sue has originated, developed and delivered a wide-ranging repertoire of quality training to improve business and personal performance for a range of companies from SME’s to Blue Chip companies, with experience of delivering courses in a classroom and virtual format.
In addition to specialising in Stress Management at Strategic, operational and individual level, Sue also delivers training in leadership, resilience and mental health awareness.
Her training courses are practical, interactive, informative and entertaining and culminate in delegates developing a tangible action plan for implementing their learning in the workplace
Delegates feedback after attending Sue's stress management tools and techniques course
Well paced, well planned, specific, targetted training
Well presented. Very knowledgeable Instructor
Sue was approachable and personal. Her course was adaptive and relatable. Thank You
A very insightful and informative day. Sue had a great manner and style. Thank You.
Thoroughly enjoyed the day, thank you Sue
Very empathetic professional presenter with an engaging personal style and excellent delivery.
Overall the course gave me a lot to think about.
Trainer was approachable and allowed time for discussions