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Stress course for individuals

First Class - Stress Management

Your day will be an opportunity for you to explore stress and how it manifests itself in your world. Working with others, you will discuss what stress looks like and consider ways of dealing with it which will work for you. Although this is a serious topic, the day is designed to be interactive, enlightening and fun. There will be a small amount of pre-course work which will help delegates to explore their own signs of stress. All the group work from the day will be captured in photographs and sent to you afterwards as a permanent reminder of the day.

Proposed format for the day
The draft below explains the desired outcomes for the day as well as the approximate timings. The invitation sent to those attending the day will not include these additional notes or timings.

Objectives
The day will be:
• An opportunity to explore stress from a personal view
• A chance for individuals to recognise their own stress symptoms and promoters
• An ideal opportunity to discuss and establish personal methods for coping with stress

Programme

9.00am

Refreshments available
Welcome, introductions and setting the scene for the day
What is stress?
Flow Zone- personal reflection activity

11.00am

Coffee/tea

11.15am

The Brick - consider the factors that bring on stress and to define the common signs and symptoms of stress

Personal reflection

12.30pm

Lunch

1.30pm

Post lunch warm up and review

Your Personal Window on Stress

2.45pm

Tea/coffee break

3.30pm

Strategies to Deal with Stress

 

Time for personal reflection, team review and evaluation

5.30pm

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A programme similar to this one was delivered recently for Greggs the Bakers, as part of a Level 3 qualification in First Line Management.

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