Stress Management to Improve Productivity

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Stress Management to Improve Productivity

Programme Overview
Topic
Stress & Productivity
Delivery ModelOnline session x 4
What is Included
  • Certificate of attendance.
  • Course materials.
 
  • AED 1210 per delegate plus 5% VAT.
  • Discounts available for 3 or more delegates from the same school.
  • If you would like bespoke, in-school training, please contact Rebecca (rebecca@infinitelearning.ae) for more information.
Deadline booking date:
Wednesday 24th April 2024
 
Date of training
4 Part Online:
Monday 27th May, Monday 3rd June, Monday 10th June, Monday 24th June
Time (UAE)1pm to 3pm (UAE Time) 
Platform
Online
Target audience

Anyone working as a leader or team member, to manage the stress of your team, and you, so that you, your team, and your organisation can achieve the goals you establish.

Aims of the course

 

What are the benefits of making better use of your time to balance your life?

  • Less stress – better health
  • More time for relaxing / hobbies / study / holidays
  • Career planning – step back and look at big picture / set a course for your future and plan to achieve it.
  • Reading & studying / leisure activities
  • Gives you thinking time – plan how to improve your work methods to make life easier.
  • Enables you to live life to the full, enjoy yourself and feel good because you know where you are going and how you are going to get there.
  • Improves performance team.
  • Better decision making
  • Improve productivity of yourself and others, effectiveness, efficiency
Intended outcomes
  • Introduction to Subject.
  • Objectives.
  • What is in fact stress?
  • Effects of Stress.
  • Stress Theory.
  • Sources of Stress.
  • Strategies to Eliminate Stress.
  • Stress Prevention & Management.
  • Lifestyle.
  • Stress reducing techniques.
  • Stress Management – Dealing with stress.
  • Minimizing stress
  • Balancing your life
  • Managing the challenge of change within the organisation
  • Giving feedback in a non-stressful manner
  • Attributional style
  • Providing guidance and help which will develop strengths and overcome weaknesses
  • Detecting problems and difficulties and agree how to overcome them in a non-stressful way
  • Motivate both individuals and the team
  • Discussed the skills in giving and receiving performance feedback
  • Analyse a three-part model for managing under-performance
  • Personal Action Plan.

Richard Coles

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Richard (Rick) is called "truly international,” born in Toronto, Canada, and raised in Chicago, Illinois and London, England. He subsequently has lived and worked in eleven countries, trained in over fifty-five. Valuably, he lived in the Gulf for 15 years. Bahrain, Dubai, and Muscat, but has trained all over the GCC many times then and since. He says, “you need to be versatile, relevant and credible today to meet many new challenges we face.” He trains from his extensive practical experience as a leader and manager. It is not just from books. His stories illustrate and inform. He is now based in Dubai, but also works worldwide. Richard’s career has been usefully varied and he works hard to remain relevant in many areas. His corporate career was grounded in sales and customer service, that later evolved unexpectedly but successfully into a full range of training and development subjects. Rick says, “I completed hundreds of training events and presentations around the world, and each one taught me something I bring to my training today.” Richard has commercial career experience with companies of excellence such as Qantas Airways London, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines in Holland, Dubai Petroleum Company, and Emirates Airlines, Dubai. During his rich career, he has held challenging positions such as Sales Representative, District Sales Manager, Customer Relations Manager, Leadership Skills Training Manager, Head of Training and Assistant Director Leadership & Learning. At intervals he has taken a break from training to attend university, to extend his qualifications in training and development, consumer relations, leadership, and customer service issues. Richard incorporates his valuable background into appropriate training of various levels in Leadership and Management subjects. He believes in bringing innovative and creative ideas to his training that engage and enthuse his audiences worldwide. He has delivered hundreds of presentations, from small seminars, and informal one-to-one presentations, to large formal presentations for up to five hundred guests. Very importantly, his credibility in the subjects he focuses on is through experiencing them as an employee, and then manager during his career, and then translating this experience into successful delivery of presentations, workshops, and seminars. He has a strategy in place that sustains the learning longer and adds additional value leading to higher return on investment for his clients and partners. By being in touch with the world and your region, Richard develops current and timely analogies and 'themes' that his groups connect with quickly and use to accelerate and enhance their learning. During the year he visits successful global companies’ headquarters, to assess their strategies and methods of business in order to keep himself relevant and up to date. Richard observes, “There are many reference points around us, and it is important to use them.” To explain his approach to learning, he often quotes the old eastern proverb, “I hear and forget, I see and remember, but I do and then understand." Each course is researched so it develops hour by hour and never loses interest. It includes stories, scenarios, case studies, games, simulations, exercises, and many discussions. You ARE involved. His training is highly interactive, varied, engaging and fun. He believes in bringing CARE to his work. Comprehension and Application from the training brought back to the workplace which can lead to Results Excellence to the companies he consults and trains for.

Programme details:

The ability to manage stress is a factor in your performance. There is stress associated with all jobs. It is a positive factor when it presents challenges to the individual.

 

Stress affects you physically / psychologically / emotionally.

 

It affects your behaviour, your home life, and your social life. Stress in home/social life can affect your work performance.

It affects peoples’ health – illnesses have direct relationship to stress (e.g., heart attacks, strokes, alcohol / drug abuse).

The ability to cope with stress is extremely important.

 

A manager, it is said, is someone who gets things done through people.  The fact that as managers we have people working for us, means that our overall results are largely dependent on how well they do – they perform.  We will therefore need to improve their performance consistently, and reduce their stress, if results are to be maintained and growth is to be experienced

 

SESSION 1

  • What is Stress Management?
  • Benefits of stress management in the workplace
  • How does Stress management improve productivity?
  • Establishing Starting points
  • Identify what needs be done to improve productivity
  • Effects of Stress.
  • Stress Theory.
  • Sources of Stress.
  • Strategies to Eliminate Stress.
  • Q&A
  • Reflections

 

SESSION 2

  • Stress Prevention & Management.
  • Stress reducing techniques.
  • Stress Management – Dealing with stress.
  • Minimizing stress
  • Balancing your life
  • Emotional intelligence and awareness
  • Q&A
  • Reflections

 

SESSION 3 

  • Conflict: conflict handling approaches to reduce stress
  • Managing the challenge of change within the organisation
  • Giving feedback in a non-stressful manner
  • Attributional style
  • Providing guidance and help which will develop strengths and overcome weaknesses
  • Detecting problems and difficulties and agree how to overcome them in a non-stressful way
  • Q&A
  • Reflections

 

SESSION 4

  • Putting it all together
  • Effective stress managing
  • Motivate both individuals and the team
  • Discuss the skills in giving and receiving performance feedback
  • Analyse a three-part model for managing under-performance
  • Listening skills and questioning techniques
  • What are the benefits of making better use of your time to balance your life?
  • Q&A
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Trainer:
Richard Coles
Duration:
8 Hours
Sessions:
4
Language:
English