Stress Management


This stress management training can be used by trainers and business managers to run workshops on stress management skills. The training material is 100% customizable and instantly available.

Your perfect solution to virtually any delivery opportunity: full-day corporate courses, one-to-one coaching sessions, team training workshops, ongoing professional development sessions, and so much more.

Why you will love this product:

  • Product: Instantly Available.
  • Customization: Fully Editable.
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  • Audience: Suitable For All Employees.
  • Duration: Full Day.
  • Experience: No Experience Required.

Stress Management

Stress is defined as any type of change from an event or thought that will cause physical, emotional, or psychological strain.

Stress management, on the other hand, relates to a range of techniques and strategies that can be deployed to help control and manage stress (e.g., therapies, employee assistance programs, job design, etc).

In organizational terms, understanding how stress can impact individuals or the organization is critical. Nowadays, a strategy for managing stress is also key for the success of a company. Basically, an organization needs to safeguard against the impact of stress on the organization, protect and support staff groups, so that they can be prepared for long-term success.

Would you like to help your team, or your client’s team, to develop to better manage stress? Do teammates often find themselves stressed? Do you feel that it’s an uphill battle to get the content that you’ll need to deliver your own stress management skills training courses?

Great news: Now you can download this course and use it to present your own stress management training courses.

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Course Description

Move your team, or your client’s teams, to a more stress-reduced environment. And, unleash the potential of stress management skills, by helping individuals to better manage their stress levels.

Designed to be accessible for all categories of employees, learners will explore stress in the workplace. Through engaging training, discussion, and exercises, learners will explore how to measure absenteeism and will be able to identify the main influences on stress.

This training features all-new material to instruct learners about the role of management, stress reduction teams, company event planning on managing stress levels. And, through hands-on exercises and examples, they will learn about the costs associated with higher employee absenteeism and turnover figures.

From the slide deck and learner manual, learners will also learn about anxiety and ‘The General Adaptive Syndrome’.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this training, participants will be able to:

  • Understand stress in the workplace.
  • Learn how to measure absenteeism.
  • Identify influences on stress.
  • Identify anxiety and the individual.
  • Detail ‘The General Adaptive Syndrome’.
  • Manage stress.

Course Overview

There are 5 key sections in this training course.

1. Stress and the workplace
The ultimate goal of all stress management initiatives is to reach a situation where the negative impact of stress is obviated. And this course concentrates on the requirements of both learners and organizations that need to effectively target the impact of stress.
The training will:

  • Examine how stress can impact the workplace (e.g., reduced performance levels).
  • Outline how the impact on employee performance, will affect the success of the company.
  • Examine how to reduce the costs associated with higher employee absenteeism and turnover figures.
  • Explore how lower motivation levels can have a direct effect on satisfaction levels amongst staff.
  • Discuss how stress levels can result in burnout for some staff.

2. Key factors
The presence of stress poses a threat to all companies around the world. And, we all can experience stress differently. These are some physical and psychological symptoms that people will experience:

  • Sweaty hands.
  • Dry mouth.
  • Sudden panic attacks.
  • Palpitations.
  • Diminished libido.
  • Depression and mood swings.
  • Changes in appetite.
  • Changes in communication.
  • Irritability.
  • Poor sleep patterns.
  • Poor concentration.
  • Reduced decision making.
  • Suicidal ideation.
  • Low interest in appearance.
  • Heightened levels of anxiety and worry.
  • Feeling overwhelmed.
  • Obsessive and compulsive behavior.
  • Reduced productivity at work.
  • Changes in social interactions with others.
  • Fatigue.
  • Sudden panic attacks.
  • This section of the training will:

    • Examine factors that can influence stress levels both at an individual and at a company level.
    • Highlight the impact of working conditions, work overload, and responsibility.
    • Discuss how interpersonal demands, relationships, and profiles can cause obstacles and lead to stress.
    • Explore contributory factors like role ambiguity and role conflict.
    • Discuss the impact of personality type on stress levels.

    3. The General Adaptation Syndrome
    At a personal level, strengthening awareness, or the ability to categorize how stress operates is at the forefront of all plans to manage stress within the workplace. Mobilizing this understanding is also critical for managing stress. As a result, this stress management training offers plenty of exercises and opportunities to reflect on the merits of stress management techniques.

    In particular, this section highlights the General Adaptation Syndrome. The general adaptation syndrome is a multi-stage response that describes how the body responds to stress. The main phases are:

    1. Alarm.
    2. Resistance.
    3. Exhaustion.
    4. Release.

    And, the content focuses on physical and behavioral symptoms that can exist.

    4. How to manage stress
    The section on how to manage stress provides the foundation for understanding the need to manage stress, the nature of stress, and how companies can manage these behaviors in the face of increased business pressures facing all companies. It does so by:

    • Sharing awareness of where people may be in relation to the different stages of stress.
    • Examining the role of management and the individual in managing stress.
    • Building q picture of what will work well and what doesn’t work for them.

    5. Support initiatives
    These final parts of the training provide an introduction to support initiatives and explore support initiatives that will help to manage stress levels within organizations. In particular, the training explores employee counseling, communication forums, and listening skills as sources of support.

    The training also:

    • Discusses the role of management, stress reduction teams, and company event planning.
    • Explores personal coping strategies, anxiety management, and cognitive restructuring.
    • Examines the use of performance appraisals as one of the best ways to reduce the costs of problem/emotion-focused coping strategies.

    Who Needs Effective Stress Management Skills?

    • Senior management that wants to strengthen their relationships with staff.
    • Managers, supervisors, and team leaders need stress management skills to lead, manage and motivate their teams.
    • Administrative, support staff, and line staff that needs stress management skills to maximize their engagement and participation within the organization.
    • HR professionals need stress management skills to meet the needs of the departments that they support.
    • Project managers need stress management skills to create more engagement and collaboration with their teams.
    • Organizational development professionals need stress management skills to secure relationships and participation from all functions within the organization.
    • Consultants and independent contractors who are being asked to play a role in organizational initiatives.

    What You Get

    • A 46 Page Participant Manual
    • 62 Customizable PowerPoint Slides
    • Training Games And Training Icebreakers
    • A Course Advertorial
    • Eight Pre-written Expert Training Guides
    • Customizable Exercises And Tests
    • Further Reading Lists

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