It will give you the ability to recognize own emotions
The ability to relate to others’ emotions
The ability to actively listen to others
The ability to actively participate in interpersonal communication and understand the nonverbal cues of behavior
The ability to control one’s thoughts and feelings
The ability to effectively manage emotions and express them in a socially acceptable way
The ability to receive criticisms positively and benefit from them
The power to forgive, forget, and move on rationally.
therefore, is the ability to think differently: to see a problem or issue from a new angle or perspective. This often allows you find a new solution, or even to see that the problem does not necessarily need a solution.
The need for creative thinking arises because our brains naturally tend to fall into certain ‘short cuts’. Once we have a piece of information, we tend to use it again: that’s how we learn. This has huge advantages—for example, it means that we don’t have to learn how to use a knife and fork every time we eat—but it also has some disadvantages, in that we tend to stop thinking about things that we do, see or say regularly.
Typical examples of times when you might take the time to use creative thinking techniques include:
When you are facing a major problem or issue, and you cannot see an obvious way forward.
At times of change, when it is hard to see what might lie ahead, and you want to think about possible scenarios.
When there is a lot of disagreement about what needs to happen next, and no compromise seems possible without a lot of effort.
When you need something new, that hasn’t been tried before, but you are not sure what.
• Student will start the course upon availability.
• You must activate your course at least 1 month prior.
• Special timings are not available.
• Private courses are not available.
• The course is taught online.
• Student will receive a certificate upon completing the course.
• For more information please call 01030710031 or send your questions on firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn techniques for effectively managing workplace stress, to improve productivity and personal well-being.
A comprehensive stress management training course, offering practical solutions to reduce and manage workplace stress.
The course will enable participants to consider the management of workplace stress at an individual and organisational level, and will help participants develop and implement effective strategies to prevent and manage stress at work.
There will be lots of opportunities to relate the content to the participants’ own work environment, and to consider a range of practical stress management techniques that can help team members whilst executing management health and safety responsibilities.
In this course you will learn:
- Is stress a disorder? -First Session.
- How does stress affect your brain, and body? -Second Session
- Post-Traumatic stress disorder. -Third Session
- How to make stress your friend? -Forth Session
- You are your best doctor.
- Beating stress is easier than you think. -Fifth Session
- How to solve the stress epidemic? -Fifth Session
No matter who we are and what we do in life, stress is always going to find us. But it’s how we manage that stress that makes the ultimate difference on our life.
Regardless of what status you hold, life can get stressful at times. Sometimes we have to deal with financial setbacks, health problems, workplace challenges and all sorts of difficulties.
Stress is a feeling of emotional or physical tension. It can come from any event or thought that makes you feel frustrated, angry, or nervous, also stress could be your worst enemy.
In this course, you will get a comprehensive behavioral therapy course on how to make stress your friend by managing your own stress.
“It’s not stress that kills us, it’s our reaction to it.” – Hans Selye
It will help you to build your own mental self-esteem tool-box that you’ll carry with you for the rest of your life (no matter what happens).
Stay strong and resilient even through the tough days and rough times we all face from time to time.
Handle the criticism and negativity people lash out at you in a a more understanding and levelheaded way.
Uncover and reclaim your inner core of unchanging self-esteem.
Stop dragging yourself down by comparing yourself and your life to other people and their lives.
Become more assertive by using 3 simple rules for saying no (and what to do if someone gets pushy even after you’ve said no).
Replace perfectionism with healthier and happier habits that will help you to get more done with less stress and anxiety.
Deep down feel like you truly trust yourself to be able to handle life and making the important decisions.
Handle mistakes and failure in a way that allows you to keep feeling good about yourself and to learn from what happened.
Discover your factual strengths and weaknesses and a more balanced and nuanced perspective towards yourself and your world.
Talk back to your own inner critic, stop it before it can damage you and your life even more and then replace it with healthier habits.
Cultivate more compassion and understanding for yourself and for other people.
Finally lay off and overcome your own most self-critical and most self-esteem damaging thought habits about how you look, think and how you want to live your life.
Find your most important dreams and set up goals and effective strategies that will help you reach those dreams and fulfill your untapped inner potential.
Stay on course while you work towards what you want and to not self-sabotage when you get it.
Truly feel deserving of having and getting more good and great things in your life.
Simply stop feeling lousy or negatively about yourself and start feeling good about yourself and happier on the inside.
Let go of how you think you should be and embrace who you deep down are.