After this formation, the participants will be sensitized to stress and will be able to analyze, prevent and handle it better. They will be in a position to understand its mechanisms in order to find its original causes. We will focus on the stereotypes around stress: “there is a good type of stress, and a bad one”; “my stress is due to others”; “it is normal to feel stressed out after a day of work”….
The participants will be able to identify the situations where we act “under stress”.
Who is this intended for?
All those who are brought to lead collaborators who suffer from professional stress, in order to enable them to set up measurements of prevention beforehand. The goal is to handle the impact that stress has on health and on the company’s performance, as well as helping those who want to speak up about this issue.
Length and number of participants
Durée : variable (from half a day to a full day) according to the participants’ expectations and needs.
Participants : up to 15 participants.
Goals : our goal is to offer tools to be a positive agent when facing the stress of others and one’s own stress, to handle it better and understand the consequences of stress prevention for both the employees and the company.
The essential elements
- Building trust : Respecting the individuals, without stress, in a convivial atmosphere.
- Putting the problem into perspective : sketch
– In order to highlight the issues and fix them
- Debriefing :
– In order to understand and to be able to intervene during working situations that can possibly harm the health of the employees (psychosocial risks)
- Motivation :
– By providing effective tools that can immediately be put into practice, in order to give meaning, but also to enhance the will to share knowledge.
– By creating exercises and pedagogical games that can either be done individually or in small groups.
- Action, thanks to a “real-time laboratory” to practice with the sparring partners.
- Ride-alongs in order to :
– Express one’s opinions while respecting the collaborators
– Listen and reformulate
– Make the collaborator understand that everyone can find profit in it
– Accept the five steps of change
– Free one’s mind from stressful scenarios and patterns
– Take the importance of emotions into account on the handling of stress
– Adapt one’s physical stance and oral expression to the situation to make the collaborator feel at ease and relieve stress
- The statistics of stress (legal obligations) – understand the elements at stake
- Reminder of the types of risks that stress, verbal violence, bullying or burn outs represent
- How to turn prevention into a management, health and performance tool
- Address the consequences of stress on the relation to the others and to one’s work
- Offer change in a collective mind in order to avoid tensions and eventual conflicts