This Effectively Managing Workplace Pressure course leads you through the life-cycle of dealing with pressure, ranging from identification of triggers, managing personalities and balancing work and lifestyle. On top of this, this course will also equip you with proactive behaviours to embed positive methods implicitly.
Most importantly, the day is centred around practical workshops, based on real-life situations, to develop your practical strategies for dealing with pressure and deliver tangible takeaways to use back at the office.
More than half of all sick days in the UK are taken due to work-related pressure or stress. Symptoms such as fatigue, anxiety, feeling demoralised and/or irritable are all signs that someone may be suffering from occupational burnout. The associated health implications are worrying and completely avoidable.
Register on this course to take a measured step towards improving workplace mental health and alleviate your most negative influence – pressure.
|Trainer: Lucy Oldfield|
|Dr Lucy Oldfield has experience of working in the private sector providing CBT-informed therapy to individuals and delivering wellbeing-focussed workshops to teams of professionals.
She is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist, a BABCP accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and a lecturer in Clinical Psychology in the Department of Psychology.
Lucy has specialist clinical knowledge and skills in treating Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, she also has extensive experience in using empirically supported psychological models to help individuals and groups to further enrich their lives.
- Identify the varying range of pressure and how to spot it in yourself and colleagues
- Examine real-life examples of pressure and how to effectively alleviate it
- Understand the importance of work-life balance and how to effectively manage it
- Learn how to be prepared for pressure and swiftly deal with it, when required
- Improve performance of yourself and your team by understanding the whole ‘life-cycle’ of pressure and how to combat it
Trainer's Welcome and Clarification of Learning Objectives
The Nature of Pressure
- Identifying what is meant by the term ‘pressure’
- Where does pressure originate from?
- Looking at a pressure situation you have been in: how did it come about? Why did it create pressure?
WORKSHOP I: Real-Life Scenario
In this session, you will be involved in a role-play inspired by a real-life situation. It will focus on the causes and effects of pressure and apply them to a rapidly changing situation – there will be time throughout to review best-practice ways of working to avoid pressure and improve positive decision-making.
The Importance of Being Self-Aware
- Exploring the concept of ‘triggers’ and how they exacerbate pressure
- Turning pressure into positivity
WORKSHOP II: Pressure and Prioritising
- How to recognise and appropriately weight priorities
- Expectations, how to manage them and deal with demand
- Leveraging pressure within your organisation, both from internal and external sources of varying seniority
- The role of teamwork in dealing with pressure and burnout
- Identifying key personality types within an organisation and how to pre-empt their reactions to pressure
- Briefing accurately and engagingly
- Recognise common mistakes and how to overcome them
WORKSHOP III: Visualising Success
- The importance of proactive goal setting to manage pressure
- How to measure your concentration and ensure that tasks don’t dominate your day
- Varying work and breaks to improve productivity
WORKSHOP IV: Being Prepared and Proactive
- Exercises in good preparation to battle pressure
- Balancing work and personal life
- How lifestyle can embed implicit pressure-alleviating behaviours
- Communication as an effective tool to combatting pressure
Feedback, Evaluation & Close
A: Special dietary requirements can be catered for, please ensure you include this in the further information box when registering your place. If you have forgotten to add this, you can also send your requirements to [email protected] or call 0800 014 2468. Please let us know as soon as possible so we can ensure your needs are met.
A: Yes, a seated two-course hot buffet is served at lunch. Light breakfast is served in the morning and a wide selection of tea and coffee are served throughout the day.
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