Tag Archives: Stress Management for Managers
We have recently delivered a our Stress Management Training for Managers course on a large scale to an International Infrastructure Group. This blog article links to course details, the trainer’s profile and comments from delegates.
In Equilibrium can provide customised courses, this short article highlights one of the most popularly requested for Stress Management training. It is for managers, supervisors and/or team leaders and combines learning about how to deal with stress individually with how to manage it in their teams
MANAGERS representing a selection of companies from Horsham recently took part in a free one day training course on managing stress in the workplace. The course, which took place on Tuesday 10 November at the Park Barn in Horsham, was …
Stress-related absence can appear to be a difficult issue for managers to deal with. There is still a stigma associated with mental health problems. Managers are often reluctant to communicate with absent employees because they fear they will be accused of bullying and harassment.
One of the difficulties with stress is that people experience it in different ways. This contributes to stress manifesting itself in different ways also. So it would be wrong to over-generalise when giving advice on how to identify stress in others. However, what we can say is that in some way ‘stress will out’. By this we mean that, because stress has negative effects, it will usually manifest itself one way or another.