As a person in a position of leadership, how do I combat my own work-related stress? How do I recognise stress in my colleagues and help them to tackle it? This specialist course gives you the knowledge and strategic skills you need. You will learn what stress is, how stress arises and the proactive, preventive steps managers can take to tackle the phenomenon.
You will understand what stress is and its consequences for your colleagues and your organisation.
You will appreciate the stress risks you are exposed to in management and will be able to take active steps to combat them.
You will develop leadership skills that enable you to manage your colleagues without stress.
You will understand how to establish a stress-resilient culture in your team.
You will be in a position to recognise the threat of stress in colleagues and provide them with active and outcome-oriented support.
You will understand how to promote and systematically develop workplace health in your organisation (workplace health management)
The specialist course is based on the latest adult education teaching practices. You will enjoy active contact hours, where a generous amount of time will be given over to practical exercises and in-depth discussions with fellow participants.
You will select an organisation to study and will deploy stress tools and/or interviews to gather information about current stress levels. You will then design potential measures for prevention and improvement. You will present the results during the course and offer your reflections on the theory-practice transfer for discussion. The competency assessment is made up of the presentation and the related documentation.
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Confirmation of attendance of the course.
This specialist course is part of the CAS Public Management and Development programme.