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Wed, 13 Nov

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Virtual Event

Managing Stress and Pressure

This course is aimed at people in clinical and non-clinical roles at all levels. It is suitable for team members, supervisors, managers and practice partners.

Managing Stress and Pressure
Managing Stress and Pressure

Time & Location

13 Nov 2024, 09:30 – 16:30

Virtual Event

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About the event

Managing Stress and Pressure

Why you should take this course

Increased responsibility, the pressure for increased productivity and issues like systems and funding changes have led to unprecedented levels of stress in the workplace. Pressure and stress can affect people’s performance, health and happiness. In this course you will examine the causes of stress and try proven techniques to handle stress effectively to maximise your productivity and stay motivated at work.

Who’s it for?

This course is aimed at people in clinical and non-clinical roles at all levels. It is suitable for team members, supervisors, managers and practice partners.

What you’ll learn

Key topics covered on this course:

THE CAUSES AND SYMPTOMS OF STRESS

Identify where stress comes from, recognise the relationship between stress and pressure and notice when work is becoming too much.

GOOD STRESS AND BAD STRESS

Learn to recognise your own stress levels and those of people around you. Know when they are too high.

HANDLING STRESS POSITIVELY

Consider techniques for handling stress as a team, communicating more effectively, sharing the workload and making little improvements every day.

MINDSET and MOTIVATION

How to change your mindset to see the positive side of change in the workplace. How to motivate yourself and others under pressure and develop a preventative rather than remedial approach to team problems.

RELAXATION TECHNIQUES

Build relaxation into your day with simple five-minute stress reduction techniques and long-term de-stress techniques. Improve your concentration and control your stamina and

energy levels to get through difficult episodes at work.

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