Armiger International

Management Development

Stress Management

Overview: 2 Days with 1.2 CEUs

In 1985 only 20 percent of the United States workforce felt highly stressed, now the current figure has more than doubled. Facts about stress:

  • 25% report having multiple stress-related illness
  • 72% of employees experience stress-related conditions which increase already high health costs
  • 69% say high stress levels reduce their productivity on the job

These are facts not to be overlooked, but critical issues to be dealt with. Stress is a silent killer leading to high blood pressure, mental disease, family problems, divorce, accidents and any number of other mental and physical issues.

How attendees will benefit:

  • Learn how to cope with change
  • Learn the difference between negative and positive Inner-talk.
  • Develop positive ways of "As you think, so you become"
  • You will walk through the "Six ways to ward off worry"
  • Learn to relieve bottled-up anger and stress with positive Inner-talk
  • Build self esteem using inner-talk tools
  • How to balance work and family
Some of the topics to be covered:
  • What is stress?
  • Changing how you cope with change
  • Anger and what to do with it
  • Work-aholism and stress
  • Proven stress reducers

Who should attend?
Any person, manager, leader or staff who face today’s fast paced world of organizational changes, increased work loads and unique family environmental issues

Interested in the Training Program Outline?

Training

Leadership Skills
Management Development
Coaching and Counseling
Manage & Plan Effective Meetings
Assertiveness Training for Managers
Presentation Skills for Managers
Strategic Planning and Creative Thinking
Stress Management
Finance for Non-Financial Managers
Business Process Flow Analysis

Project Management
Training Programs Outlines

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