Management Training, Change Management, Leadership Training
Research now reveals that when high levels of stress in the workplace exist, organisations are susceptible to:
Increased staff turnover
Extensive sick leave
Less effective decision making
Great amounts of workplace conflict
Less creativity and few innovative ideas
The cost of workplace stress can be very significant and can relate directly to a company’s profitability. Chameleon Training’s Occupational Stress Management program will ensure managers identify stress in their staff. This early intervention can prevent full scale escalation of physiological injury.
An investment in stress management training to deal with occupational workplace stress can help give an organisation a major competitive advantage, especially if having a workforce that is capable of thinking 'outside the square' and creating innovative solutions is an important component of a business.
This workshop focuses on identifying signs of occupational stress and how it impacts individual and organisational performance outcomes.
The stress management training objectives are to improve skills across all staff to ensure they have the mental resilience to successfully navigate today's workplace environment. This will involve identifying the key elements of:
The phenomenon of workplace stress and its relationship to psychological injury.
Accepting that team members experience workplace stress.
Identification of early signs and symptoms of workplace stress.
What causes stress in my team and how it is impacting on their performance.
How am I responsible for workplace stress.
Identification and assessment of workplace stress.
Design and implement practical strategies to control workplace stress.
Monitor and evaluate the effects of the devised strategies and how to feedback into a re-appraisal of the process.
Tips on preventing and managing stress in the workplace.
, Conflict Resolution
, Leadership Training
, Management Training