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Course: Managing Stress

Managing Stress

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  • Certificate on Completion
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About this Course

Welcome to this e-learning course on Managing Stress. It has been developed as a follow up to our Dealing with Stress course. While everyone, whether staff or manager, has a responsibility to keep their pressures within manageable limits and avoid harmful stress, managers have additional responsibilities in relation to stress. This is because they have a duty of care towards their staff; they have a responsibility to play their part in helping to ensure that all employees are safeguarded from health-affecting stress.

The course is the approximate equivalent of half a day of continuous professional development. It builds on the foundations of understanding provided by the Dealing with Stress course, but focuses specifically on the managerial responsibilities. It offers the opportunity for managers to develop a clear picture of what they can do to make sure that they keep stress at bay.

Who is the target audience?

  • Managers (and aspiring managers) across all sectors
Basic knowledge
  • This course should be taken after completing the Dealing with Stress course
What you will learn
  • To build on the learning offered by the Dealing with Stress course
  • To develop a good understanding of the different types of managerial responsibility in relation to stress
  • To become more confident in rising to the challenges involved
Curriculum
Number of Lectures: 12
Total Duration: 01:25:41
Introduction
  • Introductory video  

    Introductory video

  • Module Companion E-book  

    Module Companion E-book

Lesson One: Management Responsibilities
  • Lesson 1.1: Three levels of responsibility  

    Three levels of responsibility

  • Lesson 1.2: The duty of care  

    The duty of care

  • Lesson 1.3: The role of leadership  

    The role of leadership

Lesson Two: Pitfalls to Avoid
  • Lesson 2.1: Dodgy assumptions and dodgy actions  

    Dodgy assumptions and dodgy actions

  • Lesson 2.2: Dodgy assumptions revisited  

    Dodgy assumptions revisited

  • Lesson 2.3: Unhelpful actions revisited  

    Unhelpful actions revisited

Lesson Three: Making a Positive Difference
  • Lesson 3.1: Supporting staff  

    Supporting staff


  • Lesson 3.2: Leadership revisited  

    Leadership revisited

  • Lesson 3.3: Achieving best results  

    Achieving best results

Conclusion
  • Concluding video  

    Concluding video

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