TAILOR-MADE TRAINING (IN COMPANY)
It is often the best professionals who, because of their love for their profession, become victims of stress that they have not learnt to recognise and manage. Hence the importance of managing events and taking appropriate measures to ensure that everyone has adequate recovery time according to their needs, either through rest or adequate stress management techniques.
What happens when we change our old habits to simply improve, reduce or eliminate stressors.
That is what we discover together in the stress management training.
THE KEY OBJECTIVES
- Learn what stress really is and recognise the alarm signals in yourself and others to take your corporate responsibility through humane and sustainable management.
- Make a personal assessment of yourself: identify your stress sources, effects and manifestations to better respond to them and increase your well-being and efficiency.
- Discover how to easily manage stress and optimise your stress levels.
- Move@work: move more through simple exercises.
- Definition of stress.
- Current trends.
- The four types of stress.
- Stress as an adaptation process: Alert phase, resistance phase, exhaustion phase.
The causes of job stress
- Mental origins of stress: the 3 brains according to P. McLean.
- The physical and psychological effects of stress.
- Test of Holmes & Rahe.
The consequences of stress
- Physiological consequences.
- Behavioural consequences.
- Emotional consequences.
- Intellectual consequences.
- Relational consequences.
- Physical consequences.
- Organisational consequences.
The burnout (or bore-out)
- The 5 stages of burnout.
- The symptoms.
- The vicious cycle of stress.
The optimal stress level
- Theo Compernolle’s ” stress curve “.
The individual differences in stress resistance.
- Personality profile in resistance to stress (Friedman & Rosenman).
- Perception and evaluation of the situation.
Taking your corporate responsibility and reacting towards stress.
- At work and emotionally.
- Tools against stress as an employee.
- Positive stress management as a manager.
The different strategies in stress management.
- Your approach?
- Inventory of effective strategies.
- Nutrition : Ph balance, toxins and oxidation.
- Proper burotic ergonomics.
- Deep breathing techniques for energy development.
- Brain Gym : breathing and concentration exercises (Dr Paul Dennison & Gail E. Dennison).
- The effect of sleep on the body;
- Movement and relaxation exercises.
- Exercises in ‘self-massage’ in an office environment.
- Oefeningen in constructieve overtuigingen en positief denken.
- Oefeningen en technieken in mentaal verbeelden en positieve visualisatie.
Prior to the training, participants are given a customised online survey to assess their stress levels. This allows us to further tailor the training.
- 2-day practical in-company training.
- Using various cases and exercises, participants gain a clear understanding of the sources, consequences and reactions to stress and how to manage it.
- Exercises and tests to make a personal assessment of your stress level.
- Breathing and concentration exercises based on the concepts of Brain Gym (Dr Paul Dennison and Gail Dennison).
- Exercises in stress management.
- Movement and relaxation exercises in an office environment/workplace.
- All participants receive a reusable water bottle of the Dopper brand with logo and slogan, to reduce the ecological footprint and thereby increase the visibility of the programme.
- Pedagogical memo sheet.
- Complete course (+- 45 pages) as additional support.
VAH Consulting offers various opportunities to further apply the skills and techniques learnt in the future. Feel free to contact us for more information.
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