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Many of us experience stress in life, whether this is in the short term from one-off projects, or long-term stress from a high-pressure career.
Not only can this be profoundly unpleasant, it can seriously affect our health and our work. However, it is possible to manage stress, if you use the right tools and techniques.
About the course
The tricky thing about stress (and the anxiety that comes with it) is that it’s an absolutely necessary emotion. Our brains are wired such that it’s difficult to take action until we feel at least some level of this emotional state. So there’s no escaping stress or magic pill to get rid of it. To beat the negative side of stress you have two choices:
Reduce the strain or boost your ability to weather its effects. Cutting pressure is ideal, but frankly, unlikely… So it makes more sense to focus on improving your mental and physical ability to process stress.
• Course Trailer • Managing Stress Story • What is Stress? • What Causes Stress? • What are the Signs of Stress? • Why is Stress Dangerous? • Managing Stress Toolkit
Who is it for?
The managing Stress course is for anyone who would like to understand more about stress and how it could be impacting themselves or the people they manage/work with.
Everyone can benefit from having practical tools to spot the sings of stress and the Managers stress toolkit with give anyone the necessary skills to manage pressures at work, home or life in general.
Learn at your own pace during this exciting animated explainer course. The interactive course allows you to navigate the various sections which contain stories, activities and takeaways.
Anyone who would like more detailed explanations or additional advice on the topic of stress should consult the following literature:
Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff – Richard Carlson
The End of Stress – Don Joseph Goewey
The Happiness Advantage – Shawn Achor
This module contains narration that requires audio and we recommend you have sound enabled.