Stress Management

Composure is recognized as a necessary competency for today’s workplace.  By any other name, it would be synonymous with STRESS.  Recent studies indicate it must be elevated to a competency given the rapid and complex changes in our workplace and society.  The end result is not just managing stress, but making “composure” an asset in any job description.  This program will make participants aware of how composure, or the lack thereof, affects them in every role of their life, whether personal or in the workplace.

 

Behavioral Objectives

Participants will be able to:


  • Distinguish the difference between eustress and distress
  • Understand the consequences of interventions in stress management
  • Identify personal stressors
  • Complete a stress profile related to the “roles” in life
  • Practice/Learn relaxation techniques

 

Who Should Attend

All employees

 

Sample Activities

  • Several personal stress assessments compiled confidentially into a stress profile
  • Practicing relaxation techniques

  • Developing a personal action plan for positive interventions

 

Materials

Workbook, personal composure profile, and confidential action plan

 

Delivery Options

Can be delivered one-on-one, in small groups, or as a half- or full-day workshop