Managers Managing Stress
Many Managers are great at the technical and functional aspects of their job. In fact they may well have got promoted as a result of those skills. However, most would benefit from developing their skills and confidence to manage a team effectively!
In order to successfully create and implement a culture of wellbeing within your organisation, every manager must be a champion and ambassador of that culture. Our acclaimed Managers Managing Stress will equip your managers with the skills needed to lead positive change in your organisation.
Managers must be sure of how to promote wellbeing at work and to recognise when stress is having a negative effect. They need to understand the policies, processes, wellbeing resources and how to provide basic emotional support. Acting as the first line of support to employees, they play a key role in ensuring that organisational objectives are met. Without adequate training, your managers will be ill-equipped to handle the barriers that stress and poor mental health can create.
In this powerful and engaging one day workshop we will explore topics to:
Understand and Recognise Stress and Mental Health Issues in Ourselves and Others
Maintain a Healthy Work-Work Balance
Deliver effective management
Use practical coping strategies
Create a culture of wellbeing using The Stress Management Society’s 7E’s framework
Continue their learning journey with our 30 Day Challenge
ILM endorsed Managers Managing Stress qualification:
Our Managers Managing Stress workshop is endorsed by the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM). Upon taking part in the training and passing the assessment, each participant will receive an ILM certification.If you would like to go through the ILM candidate registration then registration fee of £99.00 is now applicable to all of our endorsed courses. This fee will be for ILM directly and includes a package to support your management, learning and development.
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Tel:0203 142 8650 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org