Effective Stress Management Training Is Available
A Webinar For The Stressed-Out and The Overwhelmed
Stress affects us all. Too much stress can be detrimental to mental health and productivity, but too little stress can also be detrimental. There’s good stress and bad stress, and both play a part in our daily lives.
You’ll walk away with the skills to successfully cope with and manage your stress so it doesn’t become overwhelming. Find balance on the bell curve of stress and take back control of your life.
A step-by-step guide to managing and coping with stress, finding your individual balance at the top of the stress bell-curve and learning how to identify your stressors and categorize them as good or bad.
- Stress management skills
- Understanding stress more intricately
- Finding your bell curve
- Identifying stressors
- Learning how to use stress to your advantage
- How to embrace stress
- Understanding your relationship with stress
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Coping With Stress
How often do you feel stressed out during the day? Chances are, there are any number of stressors affecting you on a day to day basis, but did you know that how you react to them can actually change the way they affect you?
Stress is the driving force behind productivity, and, likewise, behind lethargy. Learning to cope with and manage your stress will help you get back on track and improve the relationship you have with this crucial part of life. Whether it’s emotional, mental, spiritual, or physical stress, it all has a purpose.
Your Certification Instructor
Carole Gill is a Wiley Workplace Learning Solutions Authorized Partner, Certified Facilitator and an expert in the Everything DiSC® suite of products. Carole Gill has been licensed by Wiley to provide Everything DiSC Workplace® Certification directly to her clients.
Carole not only teaches it, she has done it. After holding numerous executive positions in the telecommunications, information technology and human resources fields, Carole formed CRG Coaching Partners which has helped implement leadership development processes that have impacted thousands of people.