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Stress – It’s No Big Deal

Course Overview

Working from home can be very stressful! In today’s very challenging work environment (especially with children home from school or older parents.) Over 79% of all employees say they are “stressed out” and not satisfied with their work/life balance.  After years of research on stress in the workplace and at home this new version of this popular course provides each participant with an effective action plan for reducing his/her stress (both at work/home and in his or her personal life.)

His program takes each participant on a path of self-discovery that will help him/her develop strategies to reduce their stress.  All of the activities are done in teams to encourage participation and sharing.

Course Objectives

This course will help each participant to determine which events causes him/her stress and why.  Each participant will then learn how to identify his/her own symptoms of stress so they can take action to reduce it

Finally, each participant will learn tips, tools, ideas, and strategies for reducing their stress. As opposed to other programs that focus on short-term solutions, this program shows participants how to develop an action plan they feel is realistic to implement those long-term strategies they identified after they leave the class.   For example, each participant will learn:

  • The true definition of stress
  • To identify their stressors
  • The different stages of stress
  • The difference between good stress and bad stress
  • How to recognize their symptoms of stress
  • That they have choices and more control than they think
  • Ways that they create their own stress
  • The root causes of their stress (work, home, and/or personal)
  • To embrace change instead of fighting it
  • Strategies for reducing their stress
  • Thirty proven stress reducers
  • That many of the other participants in the class are experiencing the same high level of stress

***Participants develop a realistic and achievable stress reduction action plan to improve their stress level at the end of  the class that they take when they leave.

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