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Reduce the Stress Spread by the Coronavirus Crisis

Tuesday,
April 21, 2020
Time:
10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
Duration:
60 Minutes
Webinar Id:
702984
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Live Version

$145. One Participant
$295. Group Attendees

Recorded Version

$195. One Participant
$395. Group Attendees

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$289 $340   One Participant

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$599 $690   Group Attendees

Group Attendees: Any number of participants

Recorded Version: Unlimited viewing for 6 months ( Access information will be emailed 24 hours after the completion of live webinar)

Overview:

What are the benefits of attending this webinar? You will gain an in-depth understanding of stress and the plethora of situations and interactions that cause stress.

You will identify the situations in your life causing stress that can be changed and those that cannot be changed. Then you will choose strategies to improve your coping skills.

You will come to the realization that:
  • Stress is unavoidable in life
  • In some situations, stress is necessary and positive
  • Small adjustments can make a major difference in your emotions

If stress in life is unavoidable, you will learn strategies to help you:
  • Recognize symptoms that are signaling your body that you are entering stress overload
  • Identify those situations in your life that make stress unmanageable and cause you to break down
  • Identify the circumstances in your life that can be changed
  • Deal with conditions that cannot be changed
  • Implement 5 strategies for reducing stress

As the pace and complexity of life dealing with the aftermath of the Coronavirus continues to increase in the 21st century stress, meeting simultaneous demands is the norm and a challenge.

To help you with work stressors, this instruction gives tips for handling stress at work from a time management viewpoint. You will get tips for:
  • Preserving your time
  • Working through a task list
  • Planning forward
  • Reducing procrastination

Not only does your task load cause stress, but so do relationships. In this webinar you'll get tips for:
  • Saying "no" when appropriate
  • Managing interpersonal negative emotions
  • Finding an outlet to express your feelings
  • Eliminating stressors when possible

Why should you Attend: Are you still reeling from the stress spread by the Coronavirus and the havoc it has played in your life and well as the life of your family, friends, neighbors, and coworkers?

Stress is in epidemic proportions and you are not alone. Not only do you feel the stress of the Coronavirus, but organizational stress has increased as well. You and your coworkers are undoubtedly feeling the increased stress of meeting goals, getting products noticed and sold in the marketplace, increasing revenues, etc.

Stress shows up in four ways:
  • Physically - manifest in low energy, aches and pains, and frequent illness
  • Emotionally - evident in irritability, feeling overwhelmed, and moodiness
  • Cognitive - apparent in mistakes, the inability to concentrate and poor judgment
  • Behavioral - Eating or sleeping issues, procrastination, nervous habits

Which way do you show the most severe signs of stress? Add the stresses of the Coronavirus workplace demands to the need for self-care and personal responsibility for your family, and it is no wonder your stress can become too much to handle.

This webinar explores the causes of stress and suggests general and specific stress management strategies that you can use on a daily, even hourly basis, to calm your mind and soul.

You will be encouraged to document the activities that energize you, refresh you, and renew your energy. Once you discover these activities, you will find your energy is renewable.

Areas Covered in the Session: Research shows that stress in the workplace causes 60% of all illness and disease and costs organizations $300 BILLION in lost productivity and medical costs every year.

That figure has skyrocketed since the country has been shut down with the Coronavirus crisis.

This makes the information presented in this webinar critical for the health of your employees as they recover from the stress caused by the virus.
  • Define stress, eustress, and distress
  • Recognize the flight or fight syndrome
  • Reduce the effects of stress on the human body
  • Rethink the mental and emotional stress strategies
  • Exercise the power of choice
  • Use the "relabeling" technique
  • Take direct action or let go
  • Live in the present
  • Reflect and close out every day
  • Separate distress from creative tension
  • Set goals for a positive future

Overcome the stress the Coronavirus spread. Improve your attitude and your life. Sign up today for this valuable instruction.

Who Will Benefit:
  • Individual Contributors
  • Employees at all levels of the Organization
  • Chief Executive Officers
  • Top-Level Managers and Staff
  • CEO's and Staff
  • CMO's and staff
  • CTO's and Staff
  • COO's and Staff
  • CFO's and Staff
  • Presidents and Staff
  • Vice Presidents and Staff
  • Directors and Staff
  • Team Leads and team Members
  • Marketing Managers and Team
  • IT Directors and Team
  • Managers at all Levels
  • Office Managers and Staff
  • Facilities Managers and Staff
  • Administrators and Staff
Instructor:

Karla Brandau is a thought leader in management and team building techniques. She trains managers to improve their relationship with the employees to earn their gift of discretionary effort. She specializes in personalities, communication skills, leadership principles. She is the CEO of Workplace Power Institute and has educated mangers with her proven leadership principles in companies such as Motorola, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Panasonic, and BYD America.

She has a degree in education and is a Certified Speaking Professional, an earned designation given by National Speakers Association. Karla’s book, How to Earn the Gift of Discretionary Effort, teaches managers how to be the leader people CHOOSE to follow, not have to follow because of their position on the organizational chart.


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