Emotion & stress
- a hidden force -

Stress is on everyone's lips today, making openly acted out emotions unwelcome. Discover how you and your employees can use emotions and even stress to your advantage.  

Accepting emotions and dealing with them in a healthy way is a key to success for motivated, committed and high-performing leaders and employees.

Stress damages our health

Stress damages our health: that's for sure!
It inevitably leads to absenteeism at work and burn-out. The fact is that workers often feel stressed at work. This can lead to a desire to change jobs and absences due to sick leave. Start taking action!
Offer your employees the opportunity to better understand themselves and others. By successfully dealing with emotions and stress, your employees will regain a sense of well-being at work. This type of training can also be an asset to your business for upcoming new recruits!
This training informs about the benefits of emotions and stress, how to use them to your advantage and how to activate them through your own resources.

Training day content

Training day "Emotions & Stress - a hidden force" covers the following topics:

● Emotions - some theory to start with
● Are there negative emotions? - what do our emotions tell us?
● Emotions and thoughts - are there any connections?
● Anchoring pleasant emotions
● Accepting and channelling unpleasant emotions
● How do my emotions affect others?
● Protecting yourself from other people' emotions
● Strategies to positively change others' emotions

● The 3 F's - or why stress sometimes overwhelms us

● How to use stress to your advantage

● Dealing with stress both at the moment and ahead of time

Simple exercises to
● Calm down on a physical, mental and emotional level 
● Reduce stress

 ● Release unpleasant emotions 
 ● set a positive anchor to be able to respond better in a stressful moment.
 ● learn how to take a step back 

"Emotions & Stress" group training

"Emotion & Stress" training is designed for 4 up to 20 people.

This training is designed to strike a balance between theory and practice.
As a result, participants can put their new skills directly into practice.
Duration and content can be adapted according to operational needs.