We all feel stress at one time or another. It's a normal and healthy reaction to change or a challenge. But stress that goes on for more than a few weeks can affect your health.
The first step in managing stress is recognizing it in your life. Everyone feels stress in a different way. You may get angry or irritable, lose sleep, or have headaches or stomach upset. What are your signs of stress? Once you know what signals to look for, you can start to manage it.
Also identify the situations that cause you stress. These are called stressors. Your stressors could be family, work, relationships, money, or health problems. Once you understand where your stress is coming from, you can come up with ways to deal with your stressors.
Managing stress in the workplace is a very important component of productivity. This stress management seminar focuses on teaching stress management techniques which will help people to handle situations in a more constructive rather destructive manner.
The goal of stress management is to bring your nervous system back into balance, giving you a sense of calmness and control in your life. Controlling your life means balancing various aspects of it - work, relationships and leisure - as well as the physical, intellectual and emotional parts. Many practical stress management techniques are available, some for use by health professionals and others, for self-help, which may help an individual reduce their levels of stress, provide positive feelings of control over one's life and promote general well-being.
The Benefits of Stress Management for Employees
Understanding the Effects of Stress on Employees
Before considering the impact that stressed employees have on a business and the importance and benefits of stress management, let”Ēs first look at both the physical and mental effects that stress has on the employees themselves.
Stress in the workplace is an increasingly important issue. It is costly to both individuals and organizations. Stress is the point of imbalance when the tension being sustained feels too great. The stress response narrows your ability to think clearly and function effectively. It can disable you physically and emotionally. Hence it is very important to develop effective stress management techniques which will greatly help in managing stress.
Being trained to implement is a strategic place to start, and it also helps you and your organization prioritize stress management as an ongoing initiative. Dynamic Strategies¢ī offers advanced training courses to equip leadership and individuals at your company with effective stress management strategies.
Our Stress Management Workshop focuses on the following aspects of stress:
--- Action-oriented skills: These skills relate to situations which you have the power to effect change
--- Emotionally-oriented skills: These skills relate to situations which you can manage stress only by changing the way you feel about it
--- Acceptance-oriented skills: These skills relate to situation which your focus must be on surviving the stress
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