Performance stress arises out of the pressure to perform and achieve targets, as well as on the individual’s way of dealing with situations. Participants will be made aware of the essential elements of stress in their lives, and how what they think and do can make a radical difference in their lives and the lives of those who come in contact with them. Moreover, the course will encourage participants to be proactive and pre-empt stressful situations before they actually happen. The sessions will impart a ‘can do’ attitude towards the issues raised, as well as practical tips leading to stress management and job fulfillment.
Course Duration and info
B.A. (Hons.) Business Management; MBA
John Mallia specialises in the areas of motivational training for personal development and success, and conducts various training and consultancy work in customer care, marketing, image management, Public Relations, teamwork, communication, co-operatives and work relationships. Mediacoop also organises and facilitates various teambuilding sessions for different organisations.
Mediacoop is a co-operative involved in the areas of Training, Marketing, Communication, Media, PR and Teambuilding.
- Is Stress a bad thing?
- Stress and Eustress
- How can stress impact performance?
- The Yerkes-Dodson law
- Stress-related conditions
- The physical consequences of uncontrolled stress
- Stress-effected behaviour
- Stress and self-confidence
- Anticipating stress
- Managing stress withy rational thinking
- Coping with work overload and keeping in control
- Stress and negativity
- Stress-induced behaviour is contagious
- Making the stress checklist
- Assessing the long-term stress in your life
- Managing your time for less stress levels
- Focusing on the positive and personal positivity
- Communicating stress
- Coping with work overload
- Stress vs job fulfilment
- What gives you job fulfilment
- The keys to job fulfilment
- Fitting job with personality even within your existing role
- Turning Negatives into positives
- Making stress ‘your friend’
- Listening to yourself