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​WORKSHOP

STRESS MANAGEMENT

LEARNING RESOURCES:
LEARNER GUIDE

RECOMMENDED DURATION:
​1 D​AY

FEELING STRESSED OUT AND UNABLE TO COPE? YOUR CURRENT STRATEGIES TO DEAL WITH STRESS NOT WORKING FOR YOU?

​Find the happier, healthier and more productive you

​Implement a stress-busting action plan

​Studies have shown that South Africans are becoming increasingly stressed, which can lead to a range of negative consequences, both personally and professionally. So, don’t get caught, find ways to effectively manage your stress before things get out of control. To do this you need to:

  • ​Identify key stressors
  • ​Determine your current stress levels
  • Critically evaluate your stress-relief mechanism
  • Develop new strategies that work​
  • Implement your action plan 

​Can you ​list 10 ways ​to look after your mental health and reduce stress ​?

​You were probably only able to list a few because people don’t really talk about it as much. So how do you know if you are stressed out?

DO YOU FEEL LIKE YOU ARE UNABLE TO COPE AT HOME OR AT WORK?
ARE YOU EXPERIENCING PHYSICAL SYMPTOMS LIKE BACKACHE OR HEADACHES WITHOUT ANY REAL PHYSICAL CAUSE?
WOULD YOU SAY THAT YOU HAVE A HARD TIME FEELING REALLY RELAXED?
YOU ENGAGE IN UNHEALTHY HABITS LIKE OVEREATING, SMOKING TO REDUCE STRESS, OR DRINKING?
WHEN YOU WAKE UP IN THE MORNING, DO YOU STILL FEEL TIRED NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOU SLEPT?
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If you SAID ​'yes'
to any​ one ​of these​, then you may be
​be experiencing stress, and need to learn how to manage it more effectively.

GET OUR FREE

​“STRESS MANAGEMENT QUIZ”

​DISCOVER HOW WELL YOU CAN HANDLE STRESS

What you will learn

​Understand and manage stress by being able to identify types of stress, causes of stress, the relationship between stress and performance, consequences of stress and application of stress management techniques.

WE WILL ENABLE YOU TO:

​Explain and understand the concept of “stress”

​Identify key stressors

​Identify the signs and symptoms of your own stress

​Show the relationship between pressure and stress

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