Keep Stress and Anxiety in PerspectiveIn Person
We have all experienced feeling very stressed and overwhelmed about a situation one day, and then a few days later, feeling more positive about the same issue. In cases like this, it's generally not the situation that has changed, but our attitude. So many circumstances can impact our day-to-day attitudes, stress levels, and work productivity. Keeping stress in perspective allows you to see things in a new light, whether it's work, relationships, or life in general.View Dates and Locations
What You’ll Learn
Participants will develop and practice stress management strategies based on three pillars of perspective: physical, mental, and social. You'll develop ways to frame things during difficult situations and manage stress levels. Learning and applying these approaches will empower you to propel forward and see circumstances in a whole new light.
Why you want to learn it
Participants will be empowered to: •Evaluate their own perspective on stress •Discover what can trigger stress •Commit to principles that allow them to see worrisome situations in a new light •Plan to keep stress in perspective and achieve more
How it will help you
•Stress Management - Differentiates between dynamic tension and negative stress, and maintains productive behaviors in contentious situations. •Adaptability - Open minded. Demonstrates flexibility and a positive attitude when faced with changes. •Interpersonal Skills - Consistently builds strong, long-term relationship both inside and outside the organization.