This is the second part of the system. Following the workplace stress analysis key training needs will be identified. Stress Management training is the core module, however other issues may be identified so you can also access areas like Assertiveness, Communication Skills, Time Management, Change Management, etc. The list is not exhaustive and the options offered are tailored to your organisation’s needs.
The following is an outline of Stress Management Training.
What does this entail?
This is a one day interactive course designed to highlight the main sources of personal stress and practical ways of dealing with them. It will usually consist of groups of 10 people at a time. Each person will take home a G.I.F.T. method CD that they can play at home to reduce their personal stress levels
What are the benefits?
- Higher productivity
- Lower Absenteeism
- Increased energy
- Increased clarity and focus
- Practical ways of self-managing stress
- Reduced personal stress levels
- Happier at home and at work
- Feel in control
At the end of this course the participants will be able to
- Understand the difference between good stress and bad stress
- Understand how pressure turns to stress
- Identify the main sources of stress
- Identify signs and symptoms of stress
- Understand the stress response
- Learn how to control personal stress
Why is this training different?
Training courses are traditionally delivered in a flat academic manner resulting in a nice day out but poor retention and minimum impact on job performance. The use of the G.I.F.T. method created by Richard ensures that participants can experience the learning rather than just hear it. Research shows that learners retain 80% of what they experience compared to just 20% of what they are told. The G.I.F.T. method adds another dimension to business training. It helps learners tap into the motivations of the sub-conscious mind delivering lasting change.