Stress Management for Professional & Personal Life

This stress management course will help you to deal with pressure in the workplace and teach you how to train your thought process to reduce stress levels.

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Course Highlights

  • This course includes 12 lectures, over an hour of video content and supporting material.
  • Understand how to have a positive impact on your working environment.
  • Learn how to manage the pressures that you face, control negative thought patterns and control stress levels
  • Learn to recognise and reduce work-related stress, and get the maximum enjoyment out of your working day.
  • Perfect for anyone that is feeling under pressure at work and wants to find healthy coping strategies for dealing with stress.

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Stress Management for Professional & Personal Life

Gordon Tinline
Gordon Tinline, Course Teacher

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Course Facts

Lectures12
LanguageEnglish
RequirementsThere are no prerequisites for this course
AccessUnlimited

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This course will equip you with the tools you need to cope in stressful situations, both in your private life and in work. The central focus of this course is on pressures in the workplace and how you can combat them through three essential areas of maintaining wellbeing: Demands, Control & Support .

Gordon Tinline is a business psychologist, consultant and trainer who has over 25 years working with multiple organisations in both the public & private sector. Mr. Tinline specialises in wellbeing and psychological resilience, leadership development and managing difficult behaviours in the workplace.

This course is suitable for anyone that struggles with pressures at work and wants to find a healthy coping mechanism to deal with stress both in their professional and private lives.

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