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Building Stress Resilience in the Workplace (PM) - Nottingham

Host:East Midlands Chamber
Venue:Nottingham Office
Date:Tuesday 13th March, 2018
Time:13.30pm - 16.30pm
Cost:Member £129 + VAT - Non Member £185 + VAT

Identifying Stress and Building Resilience in the Workplace

How are you coping? How are your staff coping?

The expectations that we place on ourselves and on others seem to be growing, and some people manage that better than others. Why is that?

Latest figures show that 40% of all absence from work is related to stress.

This half day event will look at what causes stress in the workplace, and how we can begin to develop resilience for ourselves and in our staff.

Course Programme in Detail

The course will cover the following:

  • Definition of stress
  • The HSE stress standards
  • Stress risk assessments
  • The role of the line manager in managing stress
  • Wellbeing and resilience - what are they?
  • The role of the line manager in developing wellbeing and resilience

Course outcome

Delegates will leave this course with a good understanding of what stress is, the legal implications of stress in the workplace, and their role and responsibilities in managing stress and encouraging resilience in the workplace.

Who should attend

This course will be helpful to anyone with staff responsibilities, whether in a small or large organisation i.e line managers, supervisors, HR professionals or business owners.

Course delivery

This course is delivered from the Chambers modern training facilities and is limited to a maximum of 12 delegates. Please note, there is no requirement for delegates to bring any stationery or IT equipment unless otherwise stated in the joining instructions.

About the trainer

ACAS East Midlands - Matt Allan

Matt has worked in the Civil Service for most of his working life. He started off in the Benefits Agency before getting his first job with Acas as an individual conciliator, dealing with individual disputes and acquired a wide knowledge of employment law and of the difficulties that both employers and employees can encounter before moving on to become a Senior Adviser.

His knowledge and experience of the day to day issues confronting employers enables him to provide advice, guidance and training which is not only soundly based but also practical and pragmatic especially in the difficult areas of Discipline and Grievance Investigations and Hearings.

When disputes arise in the workplace, whether between individuals or the company and the workforce, Matt is able to help the parties find a mutually satisfactory resolution.

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