Live Webinar February 22nd, 2017 – 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm EST
Activity Type: Education – Course or Training 1 Hour 1 PDU free
Provider: The Corporate Education Group ( REP 1011 )
Stress Occurs When Pressure
Exceeds One’s Ability To Cope
It’s no secret that the demands of today’s workplace create more pressure than ever before.
Uncertainty in the marketplace, doing more with less, and coping with unhealthy working relationships can cause stress levels to soar.
While some stress may actually be good for you by keeping you alert and focused, too much stress can take a toll on your emotional and physical health, not to mention its impact on your work performance.
You can become less able to learn and find it tougher to make decisions.
The organization pays the price as well. Too much workplace stress diminishes productivity, increases absenteeism and employee turnover, and even adds to the burden of medical and legal costs.
This webinar will help you:
- Understand the factors that cause job stress.
- Learn how stress affects your mind, body, mood and behavior.
- Develop strategies and techniques to reduce your stress levels and boost your performance.
- Increase personal and organizational well-being.
Presenter: Casey Mitchell, (LinkedIn profile) is Founder and Principal of Waybridge Associates, Inc. Casey’s primary focus is on management learning and development and working with new managers who want to make a successful transition into move into leadership roles. Prior to founding Waybridge Associates, Casey was human resource development manager at Marshalls Department Stores.
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Stress In The Workplace:
Using Mind Over Matter To Become A Star Performer
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