How to Manage Stress in the New Normal
You wake up to a seemingly endless battle every day: a battle to stay safe and healthy, a battle to balance work with life, a battle to work remotely, or to work in a socially distant office.
You work long hours and your list of things to get done keeps getting longer and longer. Most work hard to stay the course, but it is almost impossible not to focus on the uncertain future. This has left many scared, frustrated, and more stressed than ever before.
Stress takes a toll on individuals. It impacts mental health, physical health, and working capacity, which ultimately diminishes corporate performance. With an ever-changing climate, the "new normal" has emerged, and adapting is pivotal.
At times it might seem impossible, but in fact, it is very realistic for people to learn the resilience needed to navigate the current environment. When handled correctly, stress can have a positive impact on reaching full potential.
How You Will Benefit
- Know the level of your stress and its source
- Better cope with typical stress situations at work
- Reduce stress factors that you can control
- Avoid loss of energy resulting from conflicts
- Increase productivity
- Cope more effectively with your workload
- Gain self-knowledge by understanding what creates stress in your work life
Analyzing your situation and identifying your sources of stress
- Identifying the level of stress and its source
- Understanding the role of emotions
- Determining your personal and professional priorities
- Discovering how stress is tied to wasting time
- Applying techniques for reducing stress
- Controlling your emotions
- Managing interruptions and difficult people
Carl Flowers, KSA Dynamics
Carl Flowers has been educating and entertaining audiences for over 40 years, and he has a proven history of helping organizations and individuals grow. As a senior executive for Dallas-based BeautiControl Cosmetics, he was instrumental in building that business from less than 1,000 representatives and $1 million in sales in 1983 to nearly 100,000 representatives and over $200 million in retail sales in 2004. As a speaker and trainer, Carl conducted more than 1,500 one-day training seminars at a variety of businesses & organizations across the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.