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Managing Stress in the Workplace for Employees

Tuesday, April 14, 2009Mini-Dome, Room E205This training provides a thorough and diverse set of tools for managing stress in the workplace and avoiding work-related exhaustion. In this training, work stress is discussed in terms of the tension that results when a person feels they do not have enough time to accomplish what needs to be done. Work-related exhaustion is a specific term used for any situation in which work stress exceeds the capacity of an individual over time. The less time there is in relationship to demands, the greater the stress and the more likely one is to experience exhaustion. Objectives: - Identify personal stressors and how to positively resond to each stressor - Explain four choices for handling stress - Accept, Avoid, Alter, Adapt - and when to use each - Develop a S.M.A.R.T. action plan

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