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Highlights

  • Learn how to support your staff in helping them to avoid stress.
  • Discover what is needed to try to keep workplace pressures within manageable limits.
  • Make sure you are aware of your responsibilities as a manager.

 

Be an effective and valued manager by making sure you keep stress at bay!

An effective manager is someone who recognizes their duty of care towards their staff. Do you know what your responsibilities are? Do you know what works and what doesn't when it comes to supporting staff? It is not always possible to avoid stress, but a good manager can make sure that stress and its harmful effects are keep to a minimum. How well-equipped are you for the challenges involved?

 

The Course

This course is a follow-up course to Dealing with Stress. On that course you will have learned how to keep your own pressures within manageable limits. On this second course you will learn how to support your staff in doing just that – keeping their pressures within manageable limits and thereby keeping stress at bay.

The course includes a Module Companion Workbook which you should print out before starting the course. It contains exercises to help you think about the issues covered and consolidate your understanding. It also contains space for you to make notes as you work your way through the course. After you have completed the course you will then have a valuable resource to serve as a reminder of your learning and a reference source.

You should take this course if you want to be an effective and valued manager who succeeds in avoiding stress becoming a problem in their area of responsibility.

 

Course Modules

  • Module 1: Management Responsibilities - Three levels of responsibility, The duty of care, The role of leadership
  • Module 2: Pitfalls to Avoid - Dodgy assumptions and dodgy actions, Dodgy assumptions revisited, Unhelpful actions revisited
  • Module 3: Making a Positive Difference - Supporting staff, Leadership revisited, Achieving best results
  • Conclusion