Tips to Manage Stress Maintain Balance at Work
What is your ability to work in a fast-paced environment? While for some it may be viewed as a stimulus, for others pressure can become a barrier or inhibitor to performance. During this training, participants will become familiar with concrete tools for being effective in a pressured environment and will learn to deal with stress and the unexpected with calm and self-control.
Acquire concrete tools that make it possible to be effective in an environment under pressure and to cope with stress and the unexpected while remaining calm and objective.
- Improve your ability to cope with short- and long-term stress.
- Identify the key actions that ensure better management of self and your stress during difficult situations or under stress.
- Adopt effective and proven emotional management practices that will increase your ability to be effective under pressure.
- Develop your ability to maintain your effectiveness under pressure and in response to unexpected events.
Theoretical presentations (30%); experimenting and hands-on exercises (70%).
Pre-training preparatory exercise
- Personal assessment: My stressors
Training – 1 Day
- Icebreaker exercise: Experiment with the power of your emotions and your thoughts about stress.
- Stress: Factors and consequences
- Stress: Understanding it, a crucial step
- Exercise: Sources of stress at work
- Activity: Looking at my environment
- Emergency techniques
- Exercise: Short-term strategies
- Use the dynamics of needs and emotions as a stress management tool
- Workshop on emotion management: My emotions under pressure
- Toolbox for long-term self-management
- Managing my task
- Practice: Know how to take a step back and be objective under pressure
- Toolbox to better manage your task
- Summary of stress management
- Exercise: Anchoring technique
- Personal assessment exercise: I will no longer…
Training program evaluation