Creating a Future of Your Choice: Building a Workplace of Mutual Respect

CLASSROOM TRAINING
Learn how to identify workable and realistic actions you can take to manage stress by developing personal stress management techniques. This interactive workshop provides participants with techniques to effectively reduce negative stress and put a healthy balance in your professional and personal life. If you are a person with a disability and need an accommodation to participate, please contact the California JPIA training division by email, training@cjpia.org, within two business days of the training date, noting that the Authority is closed on Fridays. (Duration:4 Hours)
Topics Covered:
  • The importance of attitude in creating and dealing with stress
  • How personal values impact the way we view and address change
  • The "stressors" that create both positive and negative stress
  • Stress management techniques to effectively deal with negative stress
  • Developing an action plan to put balance in the workday and in your work and personal life
  • The consequences of changing/not changing
  • Time-management principles to help you set priorities and manage your workload
  • Ways to stay on track by keeping focus on what you have "going for you"
  • Ways to come to "grips with reality" when change happens: when to "give up, toughen up and wise up" when working with change.
  • How exercise, nutrition, perspective, autonomy and connectedness are critical to health and for reducing negative stress.
Duration:
4 hours
Code/regulation:
Inital training for employees who have potenial stress in the workplace
Who should attend:
Employees who have potenial stress in the workplace
Frequency:
As Needed
No trainings are currently scheduled at this time.
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