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FREE two-part workshop to learn to recognise and understand stress, what impact it has, and how to cope.

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Learn to recognise and understand stress, what impact it has on you and your employees, and how to cope.

Funded by Collaboration 4 Growth (C4G) and presented by Phil Hutchinson of Lantern Development

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This workshop is split into two parts, so you will be required to attend both days.

Monday 25th January 10:00am - 12:00pm

Tuesday 26th January 10:00am - 12:00pm

Workplace stress is at critical levels in my organisations costing £billions and resulting in long term health conditions for countless individuals.

Organisational and personal resilience are intrinsically linked and a key factor in the successful management of stress related issues and conditions is early diagnosis.

This aim of the session is to develop greater knowledge and understanding of the impacts and effects of stress and enable early identification of the warning signs in ourselves and our colleagues.

In this workshop we will:

- Recognise the signs of stress in ourselves or our teams

- Understand the impacts and effects of stress on physical and mental wellbeing

- Understand and assess our levels of personal resilience

- Consider a range of coping mechanisms and ways to manage stress and retain high resilience.

The delivery will be accompanied by a delegate handbook which will be sent electronically prior to the session.

A FREE workshop funded by ERDF Collaboration 4 Growth (C4G project) in collaboration with Lincoln BIG.
This is a FREE workshop for all businesses, however priority will be given to those businesses in the eligible Collaboration 4 Growth areas of West Lindsey, City of Lincoln and North Kesteven.
Only businesses who are both operating and registered within Lincoln, North Kesteven and West Lindsey are eligible to receive up to 12 hours of business support at no cost thanks to the project funding from the European Regional Development Fund.
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