Confident under stress
Stress is human and is part of everyday life for most people in our fast-paced world. It can have a positive or negative effect on our zest for life. The effect of constant stress on the body has been proven. Stress prevention brings enormous benefits for both employees and companies.
However, there is a difference between positive stress (eustress) and negative stress (distress) and their impact on the body and psyche. Positive stress increases our alertness and performance and can push us to our best form, whereas negative stress has the opposite effect, for example through a feeling of being overwhelmed. Depending on the dose and the duration of the stress, distress can be harmful to our body and our psyche. In order to counteract this, it is important to understand what triggers stress and, above all, how it can be reduced.
Duration: 4 hours
Contact person: Hannah Nitschinger
Price per booking for max. approx. 12 participants
Target group for stress prevention in home office and hybrid:
This online workshop is aimed at companies and teams who want to improve the way they deal with each other or with colleagues, employees and business partners in home office. Both hybrid teams and pure home office teams are addressed. If you would like to book an on-site workshop, please contact us directly.
Goals of the workshop:
- Improve action competence and self-efficacy on the subject of stress
- Systematic strategies for coping with stress in home office
- Optimization of working and living conditions
- Increasing self-efficacy beliefs
- Increase stress resistance in home office
- cope with high demands without mental or physical impairments
- Reduce sick days in the medium term
This is what you will learn about stress prevention in the workshop
- Stress basics (stress curve, subjective perception of the situation, eu-stress, effects)
- Stress reactions (flight, increasing motivation, effects on body, etc.)
Stress models in the world of work
- Instrumental stress prevention – actively addressing requirements (time and requirement management & dealing with stress emergencies)
- Tips for mental stress prevention – develop beneficial thought patterns (mosquito & elephant, stress management, worst & best case, self-efficacy expectation)
- Tips for regenerative stress prevention – how does proper relaxation actually work