TAKE NECESSARY STEPS NEEDED TO MANAGE WORK-RELATED STRESS
Stress Less. Thrive More.
Unfortunately, such long-term stress is all too common. In Australian, more than $133.9 million was paid in benefits to workers who had made claims related to workplace stress during the last tax year. According to the National Health and Safety Commission, work-related stress accounts for the longest stretches of absenteeism. What one person may perceive as stressful, another may view as challenging.
Whether a person experiences work-related stress depends on the job, the person’s psychological make-up, and other factors (such as personal life and general health). You can’t always avoid the tensions that occur on the job. But you can take steps to manage work-related stress, and this course will show you how. Course content includes:
- Understanding stress: when it’s good, when it’s bad
- The link between stress and perception
- Identifying signs of stress
- Factors affecting wellbeing
- The link between physical activity and psychological wellbeing
- Managing stress at home and at work
- The problem with perfectionism
- The 5 pillars of wellbeing: PERMA
- Building resilience through: