Stress is recognized worldwide as a leading cause of burnout, anxiety, irritability, loss of confidence, lost production, and poor health, all of which effect organizations and those who work for them in detrimental ways. Identifying signs of stress and knowing how to manage and prevent stress, combined with recognizing the underlying causes of stress, will help you and your organization create a healthy, nurturing, empowering environment that becomes a key component to achieving your profit goals.
Our course, “Stress Management for Leaders”, is designed to give you the tools to:
This dynamic and engaging course is conducted over 2 days. The 16 hours of experiential learning in the classroom combines the latest information about stress and its affects with interactive activities that introduce the participants to effective tools, tips and techniques for not only reducing stress and enjoying better health, but also for learning how to transform stress, on the spot, into clear centered thinking and creative, focused, productive solutions.
Chronic stress at work and the metabolic syndrome: Prospective Study
Chandola, Brunner and Michael Marmot, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College London, London WC1E 6BT
Conclusion: Stress at work is an important risk factor for the metabolic syndrome. The study provides evidence for the biological plausibility of the link between psychosocial stressors from everyday life and heart disease. Copyright © 2006, BMJ Publishing Group Ltd.