Stress & Resilience                            

Bite-size, Half Day or Full Day

In a world of ever-increasing expectations, the challenge for many people is to avoid excessive stress, anxiety, anxiety, fatigue, frustration and other negative feelings. The habits you cultivate, the way you interact with co- with co-workers, and how you think about challenges, are all things, which can be managed to increase your your happiness and your chances of success. More importantly, it is fundamental to enjoy what you do, get get on with others and maintain your wellbeing. Discovering the root causes of stress, and how we can increase our ability to be resilient, will develop greater emotional stability and your life inside and outside work outside work will seem less like an emotional roller-coaster.

 

Shaun Archer claimed in the Harvard Business review, “People who cultivate a positive mind-set perform 

Workshop covers:

  • Exploring the concept of resilience
  • Learning how to develop mindful resilience
  • Identifying the triggers that call upon you having to be resilient if the first place
  • Understanding the differences between stress management and resilience
  • Learning positive coping strategies for challenging times
  • Identifying personal strengths
  • Develop a personal plan for increasing wellbeing & resilience
  • Take time out to connect, learn, take notice, and have fun

If you would like more information on a particular type of training, please send me a message using the form below.

Your form message has been successfully sent.

You have entered the following data:

Contact form

Please correct your input in the following fields:
Error while sending the form. Please try again later.

Note: Fields marked with * are required

We would love to talk to you, please get in touch with us.

Book a free consultation +44 07832 216888+44 07832 216888

 

You can also use our contact form.

New online presence

Click through our new website to find out more about what we have to offer.

Print Print | Sitemap
© Nicola Rich