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Managing Stress: Making It Work for You

Managing Stress: Making It Work for You

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This workshop is designed to provide you with effective methods for attaining greater control in your work and personal life. It can also assist you in maintaining your optimal stress and performance levels.


With an open mind and a willingness to participate you will learn how to:

  •  Understand the positive and negative effects of stress
  •  Identify major sources of stress at work and in your personal life as well as areas to control or let go
  •  Determine your early warning signs
  •  Identify how thoughts and beliefs affect your stress level
  •  Utilize positive self-talk and behavior control techniques
  •  Practice stress reduction techniques to help reduce anxiety and increase performance

The focus of this workshop is on the application of proven principles for managing your stress levels and allowing you to achieve a greater sense of balance and professionalism during your daily activities.

Your desire to grow and improve along with being open and honest with yourself will help you gain the most benefit from this program.

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Supervisory Skills Series


Four to ten integrated full or half day modules covering “most needed” practical skills such as performance appraisal, handling problem employees, effective delegation, win-win negotiating, proactive problem solving and more.


From earning more employee trust and respect to guiding employees to perform as a team, this series helps supervisors to build or strengthen the skills needed for better results and teamwork.  The workshops cover practical skills that make a difference on the bottom-line in the real-world including *how to communicate more effectively with clear goals/expectations *ways to invite and encourage greater motivation and teamwork *self-development and self-management for better daily influence and outcomes *healthy approaches to utilize or deal with conflict in the work environment.  Supervisors gain knowledge and skill-practice directly related to their responsibility for getting the work accomplished with and through the performance of others.

What participants are saying:

“These type of trainings should be expanded to all employees.”

“Presented in interesting way; very high quality.”

“Easy to understand, follow and practice – Very passionate/energetic.”

“As better team members we can make things function better.”

“I recommend this for any team that either wants to build stronger relationships or wants to enhance the dynamics of their team.”


1. Building Trust and Organizational Teamwork
2. Win-Win Communication Skills for
3. Motivation, Vision and Performance Results
4. Coaching for Peak Performance
5. Productive Confrontations and Managing
6. Effective Problem-Solving and


Optional Skill-Building:



What we discovered several years ago is that one-shot programs have limited lasting impact. Stand-alone training often just increases awareness of principles and tools with little retention and application. While that type of training can be helpful, it often misses the mark for today’s organizations seeking long-term sustainable results from necessary or desired behavior changes. Today we deliver specifically what we know works best; well planned, communicated and executed, integrated workshop series that are intentionally spaced-apart to create application and practice time.

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