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Managing Stress at Work

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Why Time-Strapped Managers Need Stress Management Training

By Amanda Furness | 31 August 2023

10 reasons why finding time for stress management training is essential for busy managers, including how it can boost productivity, well-being, and success.

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Education – The value of Stress Management Training for School Leaders & Business Managers

By Amanda Furness | 08 November 2022

In a look at stress management training for school leaders, we highlight the areas some recent learners felt were of particular value, the practical tools they took away, and the importance they expressed of attending such training.

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Wellbeing at work – what are the signs of burnout to look out for?

By Amanda Furness | 22 November 2021

With a reported rise of more than 200% in searches for the phrase ‘signs of burnout’ in the past 3 months, this post includes some suggestions employers and individuals can consider in order to help improve wellbeing at work and keep burnout at bay.

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Newsletter resources include Sector Specific Toolkits to Help Prevent Stress

By Amanda Furness | 01 September 2021

The resources featured in our late Summer newsletter also included a report into trials for a shorter working week and guidance on hybrid working, LGBTQI+ inclusivity and preventing sexual harassment in the workplace.

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A simple framework for supporting staff during the pandemic

By Jan Lawrence | 23 January 2021

The CUSP framework can be applied to any situation where pressure is present, particularly useful during the pandemic. What it does is get you thinking about your options in a structured way. There are always options because the experience of stress is individual and depends largely on perceptions. If you can change or influence someone’s perceptions, the way they think about a situation, then the stress can be prevented or reduced.

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Resources – research reinforces link between diversity & financial performance

By Amanda Furness | 16 February 2018

The resources featured in our first newsletter of 2018 include details of a report which reinforces a link between the diversity and financial performance of organisations.

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Stress: Business Cost and Solutions Infographic

By Jan Lawrence | 09 September 2015

This infographic illustrates the business cost of stress together with four suggested solutions organisations can implement.

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Newsletter Resources – Building Resilience and Handling Stress

By Amanda Furness | 12 February 2015

Here are links to the resources featured in the February/March 2015 edition of our newsletter “In Equilibrium”, the theme for which was building resilience.

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Newsletter Resources – Managing Stress and Work Life Balance

By Amanda Furness | 30 May 2014

Here are links to the resources which featured in the Early Summer 2014 edition of our newsletter “In Equilibrium”, for the areas of managing stress at work and encouraging a good work life balance.

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Employee Training

By Jan Lawrence | 10 March 2014

As it is accepted that training aimed at minimising the risk of stress and enhancing wellbeing results in many benefits for an organisation and its workforce, this page gives a brief synopsis of the in-house courses offered by In Equilibrium which are suitable for employee training.

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