Resilience and Stress Management - Open Course

Our next 3 hour Resilience and Stress Management course will be taking place on Friday 19th May 2017 in Liverpool. To register your interest, please email tayla@altruistuk.com, stating your name, role and organisation.

Date: Friday 19th May 2017

Time: 9:30am-12:30pm

Location: Blackburne House, Liverpool L8 7PE

Cost: £70 per delegate

The Resilience and Stress Management course will enable you to:
  • Assess your own well-being
  • Understand the impact poor well-being has on individuals and organisations
  • Define stress, identify the causes of stress and understand the potential effects of ongoing stress.
  • Define resilience and understand how it can be built
  • Implement strategies to help deal better with pressure and change
Course Outline – Section 1
  • What is health and well-being?
  • Costs of poor mental health and well-being to individuals and organisations
  • What is resilience?
  • How resilient are you?
  • Using cognitive models to help build resilience
Course Outline – Section 2
  • How to deal more effectively with change
  • Why does stress occur?
  • Stress at work
  • How to reduce stress and promote positive mental well-being
  • Mindfulness exercise
To register your interest in this course, please email tayla@altruistuk.com, stating your name, role and organisation.

Katie attended the Peter Jones Enterprise Academy where she set up Altruist in 2013. Since then, Katie has won various awards including Birmingham Mail's Young Achiever of the Year 2017, New Entrepreneurs Foundation 'Future Face of Business' and Entrepreneurial Spark's 'Most Accelerated Business'. She has also been a finalist in nine other award categories and in 2014, Katie was invited to attend the prestigious 'Women of the Year Lunch' in honour of her work raising awareness and reducing the stigma attached to mental health.

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