Managing Workplace Pressure
When organisations are under burden and uncertainty, this increased stress and pressure reflects equally on to the employees and in the workplace. Especially from the pressures of the economic impact of Covid-19. You may have been efficient at what you do, to now finding yourself feeling helpless, swamped in responsibilities and managing tasks, with no sense of direction.
You are not the only one who feels like this. Everyone has to go through some stress at a point in their career. In the long term, this will affect your team, ability to perform, and workplace. Not everything can be in control, but with the right step and plan of action, you can learn to cope and combat with any difficult situations thrown at you.
Join our highly interactive virtual course from our professional development series and Civil Service College trainer and former BBC News Correspondant Simon Hall. Learn how to combat and manage daily workplace pressures. Discover insights, tips and advice for dealing with targets, stress and demands.
This online virtual training in managing workplace pressure is applicable for anyone, at any level, who feels an abundance of pressure at work and wants to be able to manage it effectively.
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Face to Face Training
10:00 - 16:00
£395 + VAT
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