This one-day management training course is focused on giving participants ‘time out’ to help them understand the pressures that can be generated by organisational change, and recognise their own and other’s behaviour when working through change. We will also be examining the physical and emotional signs of stress and adopting actions to help manage those pressures. There will be a number of opportunities for self-assessment, aiming at supporting participants in understanding their own personal pressures, their individual responses to those pressures, and the effect stress may be having on them.
Who Should Attend
Executives and managers at all levels who need to manage stress and pressure more effectively.
After attending this course, participants will have the ability to:
- Understand the pressures generated by organisational change and job demands
- Understand their own and others’ behaviour when working through change
- Identify when individuals, including themselves, are displaying physical and emotional signs of stress
- Adopt actions to manage those pressures
- Understand that stress is a serious issue with significant ability to impact both individuals and businesses.
What Do We Mean By Pressure And Stress? Defining and understanding the difference between the two What is the optimum level of pressure? Physical, behavioural and emotional responses to pressure & stress Indications of stress in the workplace Sources of pressure – inside and outside of work
The Impact Of Change Why does change pose itself as a threat? The change curve Recognising feelings, emotions and behaviours as we move through the change curve Leading people through the change curve Responses to change Individual Responses To Pressure The effect of our personality on how we respond Changing self-limiting beliefs Self-assessment – personal stressors/personal responses to stress Effects Of Pressure And The Creation Of Distress The fight or flight response How our bodies physically respond to pressure Potential impacts on our health and well-being Coping With Pressure, Change And Stress The work-life balance Coping strategies Exercise, sleep and diet Taking Action On Stress Participants are encouraged to commit to action planning for both themselves and their organisations
To talk through your management training requirements, including tailoring this course to suit your exact needs, please contact: