According to the American Institute of Stress, 80% of workers feel stress on the job, nearly half say they need help in learning how to manage stress, and 42% of their coworkers say their coworkers need such help.
Why: While doing more with less is a trend, not having strategies in place to cope, manage, and reduce stress in the workplace can affect productivity, morale, absenteeism, and presenteeism.
What: I will first conduct a “needs assessment,” so we can determine the needs unique to your organization. This could include gathering data in the form of employee surveys, focus groups, and reviewing existing reports.
Already know what you want or need? We can jump right into an evidence-based program, such as Yale’s “Coping with Work and Family Stress,” where I lead workshops for your employees on proven ways to manage stress. This can be offered as a four, six or 16-week course.
Want a one-time workshop? Many options exist, such as seminars on goal setting, positive psychology, and stress reduction.
Let’s chat! Please give me a call at 404-913-9355 or complete the contact form and I will get back with you within one to two business days.
“Nancie’s class was an oasis in an otherwise noisy digital world. Her stress management techniques are invaluable, as she shows how to eliminate the clutter in our day-today lives. Thanks to her I’ve been able to control my stress, and put my life more in perspective. I clearly see the world differently now.” — Randy F.
“Nancie has created a realistic workshop that focuses on positive behaviors and rethinking of present attitudes. I highly recommend Nancie Vito and this empowering class.” — Roberta G.