It’s not the actual work you do for your job that is stressful.
What is usually most stressful is the bombardment of pressures that are unavoidable and beyond your control, such as excessive workload, a difficult boss or colleague, poorly managed organisation, ineffective communication, so on and so forth.
Some people are finding it harder than ever to deal with the challenges at work, while others are sailing through with ease. The #1 factor that determines how well you perform under stress is your ability to cope with the stress—not specific job conditions or the amount of pressure you face.
What if you could manage yourself so you can stay focused, confident, and calm despite these everyday stresses? What if you could manage yourself to affect positively those around you and protect yourself from the negative impact of others' stress?
So hang on to your seats as Inclusion Specialist, Ruth Cooper-Dickson unravels the secrets to living a longer, healthier, stress-free and well balanced life.
Drop everything, and be there at this webinar.
PS: This webinar is completely free - there is no charge and we’ll deliver real content (not an hour long sales pitch…we hate those as much as you do!)
Michael Teoh (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) is the Founder of Thriving Talents, a 'Millennials-focused' Talent Development company which delivers training and consultancy for Fortune 500 companies across 39 countries, in the areas of Attracting, Managing, Retaining & Motivating Millennials. He has shared the stage with other notable business icons like Sir Richard Branson, Sir Bob Geldof and even presented a workshop in the presence of President Barack Obama. Michael is the co-author of Potential Matrix: Strategies To Unlock Your Potential for Success in Anything That You Do.
Ruth Cooper-Dickson (UK) is a dynamic inclusion specialist with over 18 years’ experience of working in talent, organisational change and inclusion. Her passion is people! Since 2013 she has been supporting global organisations with their inclusion journey by designing, developing and delivering bespoke training programmes on subjects such as inclusive leadership and unconscious bias. Ruth prefers to take a hands-on approach to supporting organisations to define and shape practical inclusion strategies. Ruth is vocal advocate for education and mental wellbeing at work, drawing from her own personal experiences. She is a practicing qualified mental health first aider and is regularly asked to contribute as a thought leader on the topics of mental wellbeing in the workplace.
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