How to Stay Focused in Stressful Times
Stress is normal. It is a natural defense mechanism and a stimulus for new ideas and motivation. Ongoing change, economic challenges, and inadequate resources all add up to ongoing stress that can affect even the best managers and leaders. This timely, interactive seminar offers proven strategies to channel stress into opportunities and relief for both you and your organization.
You Will Learn How to:
- Develop skills to “create more time”
- Identify stress triggers and proactively prevent them
- Understand how you can repel stress in your life and in the lives of others
- Reduce the stress of internal conflict and use it to your advantage
$349 (includes instruction, manual, lunch, parking, and refreshment breaks)
All dates meet from 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m.
Maryanne Honeycutt works with business leaders who want to be more productive and reach more of their potential. One of her specific areas of expertise is working with leaders who have multiple priorities and demands, and want to feel less stress and overwhelmed at work and in their personal life. By combining the latest in emotional intelligence and interpersonal techniques, she works with leaders to create sustained and measurable change. Part of her solution includes the Priority Management curriculum - a global leader in workload management training.