Today is National Stress Awareness Day
#INSAD2017 and #internationalstressawarenessday
Join us, Monday 13th November for our Self-care in the workplace training workshop 9:30-13:30, Nottingham
This CPD-accredited course will improve your awareness of positive self-care strategies for staff, carers and clients, how to promote and maintain emotional wellbeing, and identifying risks to resilience, particularly in relation to workplace stress and “burnout”.
The course uses a variety of interactive tools to build delegates’ confidence in reducing workplace stress, encouraging self-care, and effectively signposting individuals to support.
This course is open to anyone who would like to explore more about self-care in the workplace.
To book a place click here.
The latest estimates from the Labour Force Survey (LFS) show:
- The total number of cases of work related stress, depression or anxiety in 2015/16 was 488,000 cases, a prevalence rate of 1510 per 100,000 workers.
- By occupation, jobs that are common across public service industries (such as healthcare workers; teaching professionals; business, media and public service professionals) show higher levels of stress as compared to all jobs.
- The main work factors cited by respondents as causing work related stress, depression or anxiety (LFS) were workload pressures, including tight deadlines and too much responsibility and a lack of managerial support
1. START TO PUT YOURSELF FIRST
2. START TO PRIORITISE TASKS
3. START TO MAKE TIME TO RELAX & MENATLLY UNWIND
4. START TO EMPATHISE WITH OTHERS
5. START TO LIVE LIFE TOTHE FULL
6. STOP IGNORING YOUR NEEDS
7. STOP GETTING DISTRACTED
8. STOP ALLOWING OTHERS TO MAKE YOU FEEL INFERIOR
9. STOP BEING JUDGMENTAL
10. STOP AVOIDING THE THINGS YOU LEAST WANT TO DO