of this training is to enable managers to better understand the factors that generate stress, to better understand their own reaction to stress, to find the resources or tools to cope with it and to learn how to take a step back.
Especially in the post COVID era, the development of remote work makes it essential to better understand and manage stress.
A different and powerful program in stress management, based on interaction /connection with nature and horses. We breathe, we pause, we adapt to the elements. Dress code, social status and hierarchical level have no impact on the group work.
Only sincerity and open-mindedness remain, to reconnect with yourself and with others, to learn to better manage your daily stress. Highly experiential.
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Helping teams to take action against the negative feelings, stress and anxiety; managing work & teams at distance situations and the impacts of remote work is becoming essential.
Module 1 : Define stress and discover new coping techniques
Module 2 : Increase your resistance to stress
Module 3 : One session / in-depth experience on the chosen techniques – PRACTICE some techniques
Module 4 : Synthesis and Action Plan
A learner-centered pedagogy that builds on this knowledge and combines various modalities that make the learner the actor of his training.
Definition, reaction, and symptoms of stress (physical, emotional, intellectual, and behavioral)
Understanding reactions to stress
Identify your own personal and professional sources of stress
Stressors related to work at distance
Respecting basic needs
The importance of emotions
Adopting the right reflexes
Prioritization – Prioritize, Positivize & Persevere
Non-violent communication and Empathy
The Toltec Agreements
The Three C’s – Communication, Connection & Collaboration
The Finnish SISU / resistance to challenge
Summary and synthesis of the modules: To better manage stress – To have self-confidence, to value oneself and to express one’s personality while respecting that of others.
✍🏻 Creation of individual and collective action plans – What I have learned and what I will put in practice in my daily life
🏋 Anchoring good practice