Managing the Pace Workshop
This 4 hour workshop focuses on the causes and effects of stress and addresses the challenges of living and working in today’s stressful environment.
We believe it is very important to keep a balance when it comes to managing stressful situations. This interactive presentation covers the causes and effects of stress and addresses the challenges of living and working in today’s stressful environment. It addresses key themes such as:
- Stress Symptoms - physical, behavioural and psychological effects of stress
- The Adrenaline effect - why it’s important to know about adrenaline.
- The Stress Test - questionnaires on personality type and stress awareness, how do you cope with stress?
- Stress Inoculation - a tool kit with exercises including cognitive skills, vision, humour and anger management.
- Peak Performance - the importance of diet, sleep and exercise.
- Work Skills - time management, assertiveness, avoiding procrastination and workplace relationships.
(1) 4 Hour Workshop aimed at improving employee's education and coping skills to enable employees recognise and manage their own situation and that of their colleagues. Whilst it may not be possible to reduce the stressors in our lives, with the aid of this presentation coping skills can be learned and improved.
(2) Each employee attending receives an information pack including relaxation exercises for their use in the future. Each presentation would cater for a maximum of 30 employees.
Who Will Deliver It?
A Counselling Psychologist will deliver the programme who have skills in a wide range of psychological approaches, including CBT, Emotion Focused Therapy and Mindfulness.
All of our Psychologists are fully qualified and hold current membership of the Psychological Society of Ireland.
Number Of Participants:
Groups are not limited.
Expected Results & Measurement:
No objective results can be expected.
We will report on:
- We will attempt to track and report on the numbers of employees who attend
- We will report on interaction with the attendees and types of questions asked.