A practical guide to reducing stress
Work-related stress is an increasing concern and is currently the second most common cause of ill health associated with work. Whilst a number of things can cause stress, this session looks at how you can prevent stress from occurring and help you change the way you deal with stressful situations.
Lecture filmed at the British Dental Conference and Exhibition 2012.
Differentiating between healthy pressure and negative stress and the link with personality
Developing your resilience to managing a pressurised workload
Adopting coping strategies to disassociate from the stressful situation and keep calm
30 minutes of verifiable CPD
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About the speaker
Heather Dallas, Managing Director, Dallas Development
Heather spent 12 years as a senior training manager at Deloitte before starting Dallas Development in January 2000. Heather provides a wide range of training solutions in the areas of personal impact, handling conflict, presentation skills, management skills and life balance to name a few.
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