Stress Management: Getting Back to Balance

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If you are feeling stressed, you are not alone

It’s difficult to stay balanced as we face increasing demands and pressures in an uncertain environment. With the assistance of a workbook, online questionnaires, and unique personalized report, Jolene Watson will lead you through a better understanding of your personality type and communication style. Note: questionnaires must be completed three weeks prior to the session date.

You will learn how you are likely to experience and react to stress, as well as how you can manage stress successfully. The analysis is based on the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, with reports that reflect your unique personality preferences.

In-class training date: February 8 & 9, 2022
Location: Parkland College Trades & Technology Centre
273 Dracup Ave. N. Yorkton, SK
(Note: depending on public health status the course can be delivered virtually)
Time: 8:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
Tuition: $655
Materials: $325 + GST

Part One: Identifying Communication Styles and Understanding Team Dynamics

Includes: identifying strengths and areas of improvement, adapting behaviors to influence others, increasing workplace wellness and morale.

Part Two: Exploring Stress and Change Management Strategies

Includes: identifying stress triggers, exploring time management, introducing organizational change effectively.

*MBTI® based workshops often count towards industry continuing education credits.

Contacts

Questions?

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Last Updated: October 25, 2021