Well-being at work: approach stress differently
This training is available:
Most people associate work-related stress with a burnout. Stress is part of life – both professionally and privately – and can lead to an overload and a burnout when we don’t deal with it effectively. Avoiding stress has no purpose at all because it is inevitably part of human nature. But if you understand stress well, know how it works and can learn to deal with it effectively, you can integrate it in your life in a positive way. You can even use it to your advantage!
Programme of this training
- To learn what stress really is and to adapt the ‘Go Fast, Don’t Hurry’ concept.
- To understand the ‘Stress – Overload – Burnout’ cycle, to discover the causes and symptoms of a burnout and to become aware of the importance of the ‘time’ factor in the stress cycle.
- To gain insight into your own stress profile, to discover the three key elements of stress management and to learn how to apply them in practical situations.
- To learn how to better deal with professional pressure and times of uncertainly and to develop resilience.
- To practice the acquired techniques and experience their impact in practical situations. In this way you will discover how they work, what they can contribute and how you can implement them easily in your daily work context.
What will you get out of this journey?
You will know exactly what stress is and how it works in your body. You will recognize the warning signs of a burnout, both in yourself as well as in your colleauges. You will be capable of adjusting your stress management to the situations in which you find yourself, you will learn about your ‘stop button’ and will be able to adjust your work mode to your energy level. You will be able to deal with times of stress and make decisions that will help you do your job without burning out.
- Situation-Based Learning
- Brain-Based Learning
- Concrete cases
- Role-play in group
- Exchanging experiences
- « Best practices »
- Visual aids
- Practical information sheets
- A personal action plan
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