- Define and identify what stress and resilience are for you.
- Understand how your moods impact your team and how others perceive your leadership skills.
- Use control mechanisms to increase personal effectiveness and build resilience within your team.
- Work with your team to build a resilience plan that uses stress as a motivational tool.
Today’s workplace presents many challenges for leaders and managers, who are required to navigate their teams through ongoing change and ever-increasing workloads. Constant demands from both internal and external clients can take their toll on mental health, and it’s important to have programs set in place so every workplace can thrive without detriment to its employees.
This course equips leaders to proactively build their own resilience while helping employees adapt and maintain their health and wellbeing in the face of adversity in the workplace. These actions work not only to reduce tension and stress, but also to empower and motivate people to perform at their best. Employees with a healthy mentality are far more likely to find fulfilment and success in their careers. In-house training is often directed toward driving results and increasing revenue. At Leadership Direction, we recognise the importance of mental health in the workplace and believe it is the backbone in a strong and successful company. This program will broaden your knowledge as a leader, and give you the confidence to assist your team like never before.
Who should attend
Team leaders, supervisors and managers wanting to build resilient teams with healthy habits and relationships while continuing to develop their own resilience and stress management techniques. For team members, we recommend the one day Resilience and Stress Management course available at Odyssey Training.
Understand the definitions and reflect on the way you think about stress.
Understand how a leader’s mood impacts results and monitor emotions as a way of guiding your actions and decisions.
Learn how to separate the things you tend to be concerned about but have no direct control over.
You may not have control of an event in the workplace, but you have control of yourself, and understanding this is key to maintaining health and wellbeing.
Understand the impacts of positive and negative emotions on the service climate and revenue.
Recognise internal and external stress triggers and learn how some kinds of stress can be used as a positive motivational tool.
Develop awareness of your personal stress responses and learn strategies to support your team and overcome resistance.
Practical strategies to prevent disengagement and build team resilience that supports employee wellbeing.
Identify how you can use your team’s strengths to help them build resilience, develop healthy habits and relationships, and maintain wellbeing back at work.