Reducing Stress & Preventing Burnout Webinar
Do you feel out of sorts at work, but you’re not quite sure why? At 2:00 are you watching the clock for when you can go home?
If the answer is yes, then this 70 minute on-demand webinar ‘Reducing Stress & Preventing Burnout - Evidence-Based Practices That Work’ will fit your needs. A fully developed training course. it includes both an unlocked version and a SCORM compliant copy with a 7-question quiz along with a workbook. Our “plug and play” content fits any organization, providing information that is ready-to-use now. To view this course you will need to host files online or within an LMS.
In the webinar Robin tackles the important subject of stress in your life: what it is, how it impacts your physical and mental health as well as your work and relationships. You will learn how to reduce it, manage it and increase your resistance to it and as well as build your personal reserves. Get key skills to sustain yourself year around. Learn to stop a stress reaction in seconds, regardless of what is going on around you. Gain skills to release accumulated stress that is negatively impacting your attitude and your health. Learn how self-care benefits you at all levels (mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually). Learn how to leave work at work, home at home, and how to debrief, change your ‘state’ and more.
You will learn to:
• Recognize the physical, mental, and emotional indicators of both positive and negative stress
• Assess your personal stress levels and your unique stress indicators
• Relax the tension in your body immediately
• Identify what self-care practices increase your ‘stress resilience’ and prevent burnout
• Appreciate the connections between play, hobby-time and workplace adaptability
• Re energize your body and refuel your mind
Personal Isn’t Professional Webinar
As many work forces develop a relaxed and casual atmosphere, there can be confusion between meeting personal needs at work and following through with professional commitments. It is not uncommon for co-workers to get caught up in one another’s personal life dramas. Or to get tangled in the emotional dynamics more often associated with families. Does any of this describe your workplace?
If the answer is yes, then this 60 minute on-demand webinar ‘Personal Isn’t Professional’ will fit your needs. A fully developed training course. it includes both an unlocked version and a SCORM compliant copy with a 7-question quiz along with a workbook. Our “plug and play” content fits any organization, providing information that is ready-to-use now. To view this course you will need to host files online or within an LMS.
The net result is professional tension within teams and working relationships, distraction from the work at hand, as well as diminished productivity. Team success and organizational goals are put on the back burner, consciously or unconsciously. In this webinar Robin focuses on distinguishing between personal needs and professional commitments, how to meet each appropriately and maintain a healthy balance in the workplace. Using a very helpful model, Robin helps participants learn how to identify and separate their personal needs and behaviors from their professional agreements and behaviors. What is important, but not appropriate to talk about during paid work time? Participants will learn how to determine which conversations are appropriate at work and which are not. Participants will practice shifting the focus of such conversations to engaging, on-task and professional communication.
You will learn to:
Identify what conversations are personal in nature, and they’re fine in the work place
Identify which are not, and why
Understand why using your colleague to rehash an argument with your neighbor is tempting, but inappropriate
Learn just what those tempting conversations are that are not appropriate during paid time
Help new professionals learn the healthy boundaries as they develop both friendships and professionalism
Interested in purchasing one or both of these webinars for your team or work site? Contact Robin at Robin@robinrose.com to get started or to learn more about pricing.