Check out my latest training workshop in partnership with Voluntary Action Leeds.
Stress is frequently seen as a fact of modern life, affecting personal and professional productivity and wellbeing. The voluntary sector is no exception in the current political and economic climate, with 79% of staff saying stress is a fact of life in their work.
Frequent, unpaid working hours, coupled with a lack of job security can result in high staff turnover, lack of productivity and in some cases, mental health and wellbeing problems.
We offer a practical and interactive course to identify and overcome the causes and effects of stress.
Our training will allow you to develop coaching-based approaches that can be used both in the workplace and personally, allowing you to enhance your own wellbeing and that of your staff and volunteers, to build a more positive and productive team.
Venue: Voluntary Action Leeds (VAL)
This course will help you to:
· Understand the physiological and psychological causes of stress and how to manage these.
· Set out personal strategies to be proactive in dealing with your own stress and to support others.
· Identify the importance of personal values to gain greater self-awareness and build resilience.
· Utilise practical coaching techniques to maximise personal and professional control.
· Understand the impact of ‘rules’ and how to manage the effect of these both personally and at work.
· Develop practical approaches and strategies to support yourself, staff teams and volunteers.
Any managers or supervisors who wish to manage their own stress and support staff teams and volunteers to build personal resilience.
Date: 14th June 2017 – 9.30am – 4pm
Visit VAL’s training page at: https://doinggoodleeds.org.uk/training-courses/ or phone 0113 297 7920