Managing Stress in the Workplace (or How to Avoid Burnout)

Tuesday, 05 May 2020
5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
    • Sarah Stoddart-Burrows

>> Event Overview

Stress isn't always bad, a little bit of stress can make us more productive and focused, but when it becomes more than that it can stop being helpful and can cause damage to your mind and body. Chronic stress can lead to 'burnout' - a state of overwhelming mental, emotional and physical exhaustion.

This webinar is aimed at both those that suffer from stress themselves and managers that would like to understand more about stress in the workplace to support their teams.

>> Learning Objectives

By attending this webinar you will learn:

  • How to identify your stress triggers and common causes of 'burnout'
  • About the different levels of stress and their symptoms
  • Tactics to overcome 'overwhelm'
  • How to build resilience amidst obstacles and setbacks
  • Tips on jump-starting your recovery from stress or burnout
  • Key resources for more information and help.

>> More about our speaker

For the past decade Sarah has focused on strategic business change which has involved managing large teams across the world almost exclusively remotely to achieve complex business changes on tight timelines.

Outside of the industry Sarah combines her passion for psychology and coaching for performance with her certifications in NLP and clinical hypnotherapy to provide coaching and support to individuals to recover from corporate burnout and stress.

Sarah is also a past President of the Guildford Chartered Insurance Institute.

  • Webinar

CII Accredited

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1 1/2 hours' CPD can be claimed for this event if relevant to your learning and development needs.

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