Tackling Stress at Work for Managers
Essential Workshop for Managers -
Everything managers need to know about preventing and managing
stress in the workplace.
The aim of this course is to
ensure managers and leaders are able to understand and deal
the workplace arising from stress in line with the new Health & Safety
By the end of the programme
participants will be able to:
- Define stress and differentiate between
pressure and stress.
- State the short and long term effects
of stress on the individual and the organization.
the early warning signs of stress to enable a proactive
approach and create an environment where prevention of
is the keyword.
- Carry out informal meetings designed to support
the risk assessment process.
- Devise strategies for dealing
with stress in line with their legal duties and responsibilities
as laid out in the new
HSE Standards on work-related stress.
Areas covered include:
up a risk assessment
- Evaluating the results
- Production of agreed action plans
for joint responsibility to manage stress.
- Identifying training
- Monitoring and reviewing
This programme is highly participative
and involves the use of case studies designed and based
on each clients requirements.
"The Management Standards will help employers identify
and manage stress at work by providing a framework to pinpoint
particular causes of stress as well as achievable solutions."
Developing Well-being and Performance at Work
An Essential Workshop for Employees providing individuals
with the techniques and skills to combat the impact of stress
The aim of this course is to provide individuals with
the skills and knowledge to recognise the effects of stress
in themselves and to have a wide variety of practical techniques
that they can use to eliminate, reduce and cope with stress.
By the end of the programme participants will be able
- Define stress and be aware of the difference between
pressure and stress.
- Describe what causes stress and how
this affects health and performance.
- Identify their personal
signs and symptoms of stress.
- Use a range of practical
techniques to prevent and manage stress. This includes:
to avoid stress.
- The importance of thinking and focusing
- Methods of improving well-being.
- Ways to enhance stress-free
performance at work.
programme is highly participative and active.
will receive a checklist containing practical advice
on dealing with stress.
Managing Attendance - A one-day workshop for Managers
Aims - To incorporate the organisation’s managing
attendance policy i.e. sickness/other absence, and the implication
Objectives - By the end of the course the participant will,
with the help of a workbook be able to:
- Correctly state the reasons for conducting a return
to work interview.
- State the factors, which influence where,
when and how a return to work interview should be conducted.
list all the aspects which should be involved in a
return to work interview.
- Demonstrate the skills and techniques
for conducting an effective return to work interview.
These skills will include:
- Active listening
- Appropriate non- verbal behaviour
the interview to ensure all aspects are covered in
accordance with guidelines.
- Correctly state the procedures to be followed
if, following the interview, the situation does not improve.
3 steps they will take to implement the correct procedures.