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Understanding and Managing Stress

A huge proportion of illness and absence in the workplace is caused by stress and stress-related illnesses.

 

Whilst there’s no hiding from everyday stressors and the curveballs of life, this interactive training package explains, from a neuroscience perspective, the brain’s role in contributing to stress and how we can harness the brain to help, rather than hinder, when it comes to stress.

76% of employees report “moderate to high” or “high” levels of stress at work (2023) (an increase of 13% compared to 2022).


74% of people feel so stressed they have been overwhelmed or unable to cope.
 

Stress is the main cause of short and long- term absence from work. 50% of all ‘working days lost’ are due to stress.


High levels of stress cause long term illness, high staff turnover, poor performance, reduced productivity, absenteeism, presenteeism and negative behaviour.


Effective tools can help employees to excel under pressure rather than burnout.

We will always encounter pressures, whether at work or throughout life. How we understand and manage those pressures, dictates how stressed we feel and impacts our ability to cope.


Having effective tools to navigate these pressures, enhances employee wellbeing and morale, whilst creating the perfect environment for productivity, collaboration and innovation in the workplace.


Calm, relaxed employees are more likely to think clearly, and less likely to leave - retaining employees that know your company is vital for the longevity of any organisation.

Delivery Method:

Webinars: 1 hour (for groups of up to 100 employees)
Workshops: 2 hours (for groups of up to 20 employees)

In person: 4 hours (for groups of up to 20 employees)

Key points covered in this session:

  • Understanding the causes of stress

  • Understanding the stress response

  • Identifying your key stressors and effective coping strategies

  • Evidence-based stress management techniques

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