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BUILDING RESILIENCE. Stress management leader Joe Robinson provides proven tools to build coping resources and solve tough challenges. Unmanaged stress costs a hefty $5,000 a year per employee.

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STRESS MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP:
Manage Any Challenge

Stress thrives when it operates under the radar and is allowed to drain brains, bodies, and productivity uncontested. This training provides tools to identify, reframe, and manage stress, so your team is no longer at the whim of default fight-or-flight.

They learn that stress undermines decision-making, planning, and rapport, and drives emotional exhaustion, and that they can make adjustments to how they think, so stressors don't set off the ancient survival equipment.

The training gives workshop participants a variety of the best, proven processes and techniques to manage stress as it pops up, building coping resources, resilience, and the ability to take on any challenge.

Stress causes 40% of worker turnover (Hoel, Sparks, Cooper). Costs for stressed workers are five times higher than for the average employee (Goetzel). This session gives your group powerful tools to manage this toxic saboteur and stay calm under pressure. Click here for stress program inquiries...

STRESS MANAGEMENT WEBINAR:
Lose Stress Now

This one-hour webinar provides tools to opt out of the stress cycle. What no one ever tells us is that we don't have to buy stress. We can contest it.

It's not the stressor that causes stress. It's the story we tell ourselves about the stress that causes the stressful event. That's something we can change. This session shows how to do that.

Participants learn how the stress response is triggered, how they can prevent it from setting off anxiety and fight-or-flight, how to do a number of the best stress reduction processes and techniques, and how to recognize and prevent burnout. You get proven tools to control stress on the job and off in this critical session. Click to sign up for webinar...

Symptoms of Chronic Stress

Thyroid Dysfunction
Adrenal Dysfunction
Immunological Problems
Coronary Heart Disease
Lower Back Pain
Insomnia
Stroke
Ulcers
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Chronic Headaches

Stress Signals

Loss of interest in normal activities
Loss of appetite
Tension and irritability
Fear and anxiety (about the future)
Trouble concentrating
Sleep problems
Sadness
Nightmares
Headaches, back pain, stomach problems

           (Centers for Disease Control)

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STRESS MANAGEMENT

Solving the stress challenge

Cut the High Cost of Stress 

IN AN ALWAYS-ON WORLD, stress is surging, and so is its impact on attention, engagement, health, and bottom lines. 

The cost of stress-related absenteeism, sick leave, lost productivity, and employee turnover is a staggering $407 billion a year, reports U. C. Irvine researcher Peter Schnall. The health tab for employees with high stress is 46% higher. That's not counting the cost of conflicts, mistakes, and unengaged employees (28% less productive).

But managing stress is not expensive. For less than the annual stress costs for one employee (an average of $5,000), you can equip your whole staff with tools that build coping resources and solve challenges. When the danger signal is turned off, the stress response stops in 4 minutes.

Manage the Stress Default

OUR STRESS MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS help your team manage pressure points, such as:

• Doing more with less

• Coping with crazy-busy schedules and email overload

• High demands and multiple responsibilities

• The always-on cycle of responsiveness

• intense emotional work and burnout

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Build Resilience and Coping Capacity

PROVEN STRESS MANAGEMENT processes, the right coping resources, and smarter work strategies can dramatically reduce stress, because the vast majority of it is preventable.

Stress management keysJob stress is triggered when a demand, or stressor, threatens to overwhelm capacity to cope. A deadline, something someone says, a setback on a project—any number of demands can set off stress. When the response is activated, an ancient part of the brain believes it's a life-or-death moment.

Unfortunately, the effects of this mistaken alarm are very real. Stress destroys employee engagement, drives conflict and mistakes, interferes with complex decision-making, and physically weakens your team. It suppresses the immune system, increases the bad cholesterol, and decreases the good kind. Stress can lead to heart attacks, strokes, back pain, IBS, insomnia, depression, and a long list of serious health issues that undermine engagement and productivity.

Turn Off the Danger Signal

WE TEACH YOUR STAFF how to shut off the danger signal driving the false alarm. We give them actionable strategies to resolve stress with the best cognitive, behavioral, and physical techniques. Participants get tools to:

• Identify and reframe stressors
• Build resilience
• Control crisis mentality and false urgency
• Deploy the most effective stress management practices
• Stop burnout and rebuild depleted resources
• improve time management and set boundaries
• Manage difficult people

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Stress Is Contagious

Stress management by managing reactions

Stress is highly contagious, and is easily passed along through departments and organizations. It subverts intellect, puts emotions on a hair trigger, makes it hard to plan or see the big picture, and sets off a cascade of medical bills. Studies show stressed-out employees are more likely to be absent from work and spend 26% more on physicians.

Our stress management programs build the skills and practices essential to control job stress.

Learn How a Stress Management Training Can Help Your Organization

CLICK THE PRICE QUOTE BUTTON at the top of the right column for details on how a stress management training could benefit your organization. Learn how affordable it is and how much healthier, focused, and productive your team can be.