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Excelling Under Pressure: Mastering Personal Resilience

Excelling Under Pressure: Mastering Personal Resilience

Stress is one of the biggest issues facing the modern workplace. It prevents people from functioning at their best. Can your employees cope with the every increasing demands of modern working life?

Our ‘Excelling Under Pressure’ workshop is designed to build self-awareness, resilience and to empower individuals to recognise workplace stress and tackle stress-related challenges at work through effective coping strategies. In the workshop, we explore some of the flawed strategies that people commonly use to deal with stress at work and provide more beneficial alternatives including practical exercises and techniques designed to increase personal resilience.

 

Through our training, we can help your employees:

  • Recognise the signs and symptoms of stress
  • Learn practical techniques and strategies to deal with stress
  • Build their own personal resilience
  • Work with increasing job demands and work pressure

 

“To be more efficient, learning how to cope with stress”

“I will use all the methods recommended to release stress and disconnect from it before it controls me”

“Very engaging and thought-provoking”

“Perform better under pressure”

“It’s very helpful for our health and state of mind”

Testimonials

“It was a pleasure working with The Stress Management Society Team, all conversations were highly insightful and we really appreciated working with an organisation that truly believes in what they do, enjoy doing it, offer top quality services, and genuinely want the best for their clients. Thank you for a great and impactful session.”

Dalia Al-Borgi
L&D Manager
Samsung Gulf Electronics

“We were really impressed with the overall service provided by The Stress Management Society Team. The booking process was straight forward but very efficient and organised. Neil's session was informative, factual, eye opening, helpful, and relatable and we have already seen some of his methods being integrated into the team. We look forward to working with the team again, and would definitely recommend.”

Georga Cottle
Founder and CEO
Wellness HQ

“The Stress Management Society have been very professional and helpful. They have improved our awareness around the topic of wellbeing and helped educate employees and managers about its importance. We have already scheduled in future workshops!”

Chris Browne
Head of Reward
Euromoney

“We are very happy with the Excelling Under Pressure session delivered by The Stress Management Society. This interactive workshop has equipped our residents with the tools and techniques to understand how our body works in relation to stress and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. We would absolutely work with them again in the future.”

Maria Smith
Project Worker
Salvation Army Housing Association

“I’m head of people support in an organisation that had very little focus on wellbeing when I first joined. People were working long hours and taking leave instead of sick leave. This meant people were tired out and stressed. I had worked with International Wellbeing Insights in a previous role, and asked them to do a workshop for us. Following this, we found that people really engaged with the new culture of wellbeing and looked to work more efficiently and take care of themselves, rather than continually working long hours for the sake of it. The session kick-started our wellbeing focus and increased the levels of wellbeing throughout our organisation. We went on to win a CIPD High Commendation award for our wellbeing in 2018. Don’t underestimate the impact of introducing International Wellbeing Insights to your organisation!”

Michelle Harrison
Head of People Support
Essex Wildlife Trust

We are very happy with the Excelling Under Pressure session delivered by The Stress Management Society. This interactive workshop has equipped our residents with the tools and techniques to understand how our body works in relation to stress and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. We would absolutely work with them again in the future.

Maria Smith
Project Worker
Salvation Army Housing Association

International Wellbeing Insights has played an integral part in our company’s Employee Wellness journey. The concept works across geographies, and the SMS effortlessly demonstrated how this can be implemented in a very multi-cultural environment such as ours. I would highly recommend the SMS’s customized services to any company regardless of geography, size or culture.

Virpi Tarantino
Learning & Development
Oman Insurance
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