What Will I Learn?
How to recognise the behavioural, physiological & emotional symptoms of unhealthy stress in yourself and others
How to break bad habits – and get into more productive, good habits
Exercises to control stress & anxiety using breathing & relaxation exercises, energy medicine & focus techniques
How to recognise symptoms of stress in others, including spotting toxic language and thinking & how to listen and talk to people suffering from stress
What is the impact of stress to individuals, teams and organisations? What is an optimum level of stress and when does stress become dangerous? What are the emotional, behavioural, mental and physical signs of stress? What are the most common stressors? This online training workshop looks at the stats, evidence and research in the field of stress management to answers these common questions.
This video looks at how a negative cycle of stress develops. And you’ll learn how to overcome your triggers and take back control by addressing dysfunctional beliefs.
Our underlying values can create useful, productive behaviours – or drivers – but when overdone can result in rigid attitudes and ways of working that lead to negative stress. This video looks at the five belief drivers that cause us to react in unhelpful ways. It comes with a self-assessment questionnaire to help you identify your dominant dysfunctional driver.
In this video, you’ll see practical exercises to help you cope with stress and anxiety: different breathing techniques; relaxation exercises; mindfulness exercises; and focus techniques.
Here we explore long-term strategies for building your endurance. We explore the habit cycle and how to break bad habits. And we provide advice on how you can improve each of the four ‘pillars of health’: nutrition (with expert advice from a trained nutritionist); exercise; relaxation; and sleep. You also see why social connections are key to well-being.
Fundamental to building resilience and your endurance are your mindset and beliefs. We look here at ‘locus of control’; the difference between an agile and fixed mindset; and you’ll learn how to reframe situations to think positively and to be in control.
How do you fill up your energy pot? This video looks: at the rhythm of your day and how this affects your energy levels; the 90-90-1 rule; and how to set boundaries to ensure you don’t get overwhelmed and stressed.
The online training video shows people who need to manage others how to recognise when team members are stressed. This includes knowing what ‘toxic language’ to look out for, and the typical stress triggers. You’ll plot each of your team members’ personality type, signs of stress, language, stress triggers, resilience, locus of control, and individual protocols to make an assessment of the different levels of stress, and what might tip individuals into the danger zone.
This last video shows you a 7-step process for talking to people suffering from stress, taking a blended coaching and person-centred therapeutic approach.