Manage Stress and Build Resilience
by learning to navigate emotional landmines
We are experiencing more uncertainty and overwhelm at work and home than ever before. This unprecedented level of stress in our lives is showing up in our work as a lack of productivity, teamwork, and results.
But from burnout in our day-to-day, to blowups with each other, stress isn’t the root of the problem. The underlying culprit is our emotional minefield – and lately we have more of these landmines than we can tip-toe around.
“If you want to manage stress and build your resilience, the best thing you can do is work more effectively with emotions.”
In this practical workshop you will
Uncover the emotional landmines we all try to bury
Identify which ones blow up for you under stress
Learn to get ahead of them vs. being sabotaged by them
Practice a highly effective 5 minute method to work through them from anywhere
Quickly become more resilient in times of change and stress
Having my whole team attend Manage Stress & Build Resilience was a huge benefit for us - especially during these challenging times. Not only have I consistently heard great feedback from the team about the class, I have seen first hand the positive impact of better teamwork, communication and openly defusing the landmines!"
- Jake Olsen, CEO of DADO
“Manage Stress & Build Resilience really helped our team ground and connect. By learning new skills that allow us to lean into challenging times together, we are each better able to live our purpose. Offering this class to the entire company was a way for me to live my own personal WHY and that’s what we’re all about.”
Head of People at Simon Sinek, Inc.
“More than ever, people are going through lots of ups, downs, anxiety, stress and confusion. This class is an invaluable way to recognize them and get ahead of them. The ability to recognize how I feel (and how others feel) and manage the emotional state of the room is invaluable, especially in times like these”
“So many of us have been taught to leave emotions at the door and 'work is work', but I've found that whether or not I've been conscious of it, I'm absolutely bringing my emotions to work.”
“Allowing myself space and grace to be human and feel an uncomfortable emotion for a moment has been liberating. It doesn't take long and interesting insights come out of each experience with this exercise. I've already shared the Emotion Management tool with my team at work and am glad to have this tool in my toolbox.