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How to Handle Stress in the Workplace

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1 Hrs 53 Min

17 Videos


Stress is a common factor in all forms of employment, it doesn’t matter what your job is, there is stress that is related to that job. This course is going to give you all the information you need to know about stress in the workplace and how to manage it effectively so that your health is not impacted. You will be given all of the tools that you need to decrease your stress and give you better health.

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Course Syllabus

How to Handle Stress in the Workplace

  1. Introduction
  2. What is Stress
  3. What Does Stress Lead To
  4. Stress And Food
  5. Chronic Stress And Cortisol-Part 1
  6. Chronic Stress And Cortisol-Part 2
  7. Client Stress Stories
  8. Stress In The Workplace
  9. Strategies For Managing Stress
  10. Planning Ahead
  11. Money
  12. Sleep
  13. Breathing
  14. Learn To Say No
  15. Stress Relief At Your Desk
  16. Stretching
  17. Conclusion

If you experience stress in your live, regardless of the cause or its intensity, this course is for you.

Chronic stress not only impairs our brain functions whilst we are stressed, but more importantly, it does lasting damage to our brain, as it kills braincells in our hippocampus. this means that, even if we we’re not stressed anymore, the damage will still be there. Luckily, there is a lot we can do, as we will see in this course.

First we will analyze stress. where it comes from, what it does, the different types of stress, etc This highly practical course has been thoroughly researched to bring you the best in brain insights regarding stress.  From brain structures to stress hormones, over survival instincts. We will dive deep in the reasons behind stress and the mechanics at hand.

Don’t let stress control your life. The Stress Detox combines the science and spirituality of stress through applied meditation and habit design to help you develop a personalized plan for emotional regulation, anxiety management, and stress relief. The goal of this course is to help you breakthrough burnout, build resilience and take back control of your life.

Regardless of your current role whether that be CEO, Entrepreneur, Employee, Student, Parent, Teacher, Doctor, Yogi …  Makes no difference. You are a human first. You are one of millions of people around the world suffering from stress, anxiety, and burnout.

Over 60% of people report Workplace Stress as the number one source of stress, as prolonged work mobility increases with the majority of the workforce working from home during the pandemic,  the lines between home and work become blurred…  work stress becomes life stress.

Eliminating stress is not the goal. You need a healthy dose of stress to drive you to look, feel, and perform better. The million dollar question is: what’s healthy and what’s not? The answer lies within you.

Stress is your body’s internal alarm system that keeps a pulse on your safety. It signals your mind and body to respond when change occurs, whether that change be expected or unexpected. Your body responds to these changes physically, mentally, emotionally, and behaviorally. This response happens quick.

This course is a practical action oriented course designed to give you the tools, tips and strategies to reduce your current stress and to enable you to manage stress positively going forward and to be more resilient to stress over time.

This course aims to give you an insight into stress, its impact, symptoms and causes, as well as to give you practical steps to follow to reduce your current stress. The course will also give you a wealth of stress management tips and strategies to help you to tackle the root causes of your stress and to help you to manage stress more effectively going forward. As you go through the course you will be able to apply the learning and develop your own personalised stress plan.

The course is designed to be practical and relevant to real life. It includes a straightforward process that you can follow to reduce your current stress and lots of ideas, tips and strategies as to how to reduce and manage stress. The course takes a holistic view of stress management with stress management strategies for all areas of your life. It is not a theoretical or academic course on stress.

Who this course is for:

  1. Anybody interested in keeping their stress levels under control
  2. Anybody with a keen interest in human behavior

What you’ll learn:

  1. Understand the different types of stress
  2. Understand the different types of relief strategies
  3. Define what stress actually is, the crucial role it plays in our life, and how to optimize stress and avoid burnout to support wellbeing
  4. Master your mind with a simple meditation to develop your self-awareness
  5. Discover where stress is hidden in your life and what your unique stressors are
  6. Diagnose the symptoms of stress and explore strategies related to physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing
  7. Discover the role managers play to avoid burnout in the workplace and create a culture of impact
  8. Make your personal action plan for how you will take care of yourself before, during, and after stress occurs
  9. Understand the business case for stress management in the workplace

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You Will Get Certification After Completetion This Course.

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