Stress Management - Calm and confident even in challenging times

Program Language

This program will be conducted in German.

 

Who should attend

All employees who want to learn effective methods for dealing with stress and develop their own stress competence.

 

What you learn

Especially in uncertain and dynamic times, our personal stress management is challenged: Tasks and goals change constantly, permanent change challenges us and in all of this, we try to balance private and professional goals and expectations. In short: stress is pre-programmed. In this program, you will learn how to deal with these challenges and remain calm and confident even in demanding times.

 

How you learn

You will learn a variety of methods to counter stress at an early stage and prevent it from arising in the first place. You will receive an "emergency kit" with practical tips and methods for acute stress situations and learn to balance professional and private goals. We look at stress triggers and personal resources that you can use and discuss the right balance between perfectionism and composure.

The focus is always on you. Therefore, you reflect and train all methods and tips against the background of your personal situation, your personality and your daily work routine.

 

Your benefits

In future, you will

  • know how stress arises and what function it fulfills for people
  • recognize signs of stress at an early stage
  • counteract the development of stress at an early stage
  • apply your own strategies to deal with stress even in particularly demanding situations
  • reconcile professional and private goals in such a way that you live and work healthily and contentedly

 

Stress Management - Calm and confident even in challenging times

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  • Duration

    2 days

  • Date & Location

    August 31 - September 01, 2022 - Mintrops Land Hotel Burgaltendorf Essen, Germany

  • Investment

    1,100 € (plus travel and accommodation costs)

  • Participants

    12 participants