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Stress Management:
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Stress-related burnout is responsible for a business' loss of many talented, valuable professionals. Excessive stress detracts from individual job performance and creates a tense, negative, and crisis-oriented work climate. However, research proves that stress is a natural part of human functioning and that most people function best under a moderate level of stress. The need for effective stress management, then, can be crucial for a professional to function properly.


  • Recognize the positive and negative aspects of stress.
  • Make an individual personality profile to determine your susceptibility to stress.
  • Learn to diagnose the causes of organizational stress.
  • Discover the implications of institutional stress and stressful relationships in the workplace.
  • Reduce the effects of stress by learning time management strategies and other techniques.
  • Change the attitudes and actions of yourself and your staff with biofeedback and relaxation techniques.
  • Make negative stress work for you by translating it into positive energy.
  • Practice, role-play, problem-solve and discuss.
  • Translate what you learn into action.

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What Participants Are Saying...

"I really enjoyed the program. It made me feel that I will really be able to cope with my stress in the future. Mr. Schwartz presented everything in a clear, funny, and very comfortable manner."

Ann Fahey, Staff/Member Services
Harvard Community Health Plan

"This seminar gave me some concrete examples to use in practice, particularly concerning conflict/concentration strategies."

Lisa Arello, Assistant NSE Manager
MCCM Memorial

"A quality presentation, educational in a non-overwhelming way. I learned new ways to relax. I see the advantages of asking myself, "Is this really important? Is it a big deal?""

Patrick Wells, News Producer