Preventing Stress and Managing Pressure for Optimum Wellbeing and Performance
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way we live, work and think, especially with concern to our health and wellbeing. For many employers and employees, wellbeing is their area of focus and for some their top priority.
According to a recent survey by LifeWorks, nearly 80% of employees said that they would consider leaving an organisation for the same pay but better wellbeing support.
Wellbeing in the workplace is closely linked with engagement, productivity and individual and overall business performance. Stress prevention, management and minimising work-related stress is key to improving employee mental and physical wellbeing and driving sustainable performance.
Is employee wellbeing your priority?
Would you like to enable and empower your employees to better manage stress and take control of their wellbeing?
If the answer to these questions is a 'yes' read on to see how our International Stress Management Association (ISMA UK) recognised course can help you to optimise your employee wellbeing & performance and drive engagement & positive behavioural change.
The term 'stress' is often used interchangeably with other associated constructs such as 'pressure' or 'the stress response’. Although these terms have some similarities, they have very different impacts on our body, mind, motivation, wellbeing and performance. This course applies insights from brain science and physiology to explain the subtle but important difference between these constructs, and the correlation between pressure and performance.
This course also helps the participants to:
Better understand their internal and external causes of stress and how to manage them
Recognise early signs of stress within themselves and others
Explore a range of strategies for helping themselves and others reduce stress to prevent burnout
Develop skills, attitudes and behaviours for strengthening their psychological wellbeing
Develop a stress-hardy mindset, and by doing so, improve their resilience, motivation and confidence
Moreover, it helps team leaders and managers to:
Recognise when they and their colleagues are under too little or too much pressure
Understand how to bring themselves and other people back to a point of optimum wellbeing and performance
Have the skills, knowledge and confidence to enable them to have conversations around wellbeing
This course can be delivered stand-alone or built into a wider wellbeing programme that covers different aspects of employee wellbeing such as psychological or social/team wellbeing.
Who is it suitable for?
This course is suitable for all job roles but especially for team leaders and managers.
What about follow-ups?
We also offer individual psychologically informed coaching sessions and packages that can help employees develop the skills, attitudes and behaviours that they need to manage stress, build wellbeing, resilience and confidence, improve relations and performance to find out more visit our coaching services page.