- 7 February 2019
58 Legh Street Golborne CHESHIRE WA3 3PA
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Member ticket: FREE
Non member ticket: £10.00
North West branch
Skills to keep stress useful
We all know the importance of equipping ourselves with the skills to perform in our chosen career, whether that’s technical skills, leadership, team working or managing stakeholders. But one of the most important skills in any role is your ability to deal smoothly with adversity. Because no matter how talented or experienced you are, everyday life throws up stresses.
In this session you’ll learn the main reasons why managing stress isn’t a long term solution, and some powerful, lasting alternatives. Key take-aways include how to:
- Quickly restore your emotional neutral, even under pressure
- Avoid the biggest mistake which almost everyone makes
- Make helium the key to inner calm
- Get more of the stresses which work, as well as less of those which don’t
With a background in engineering and over 20 years change leadership experience, Sue Evans has delivered multi-million pound projects and culture change for international organisations including Danone, Corning, and Lloyds Bank.
Drawing on extensive experience of supporting one-to-one clients and specialist knowledge of resolving stress and anxiety, Sue created the FAST Pathways® programme to share powerful skills for keeping stress useful, by process engineering the thinking.
This event is suitable for professionals with any level of experience.
APM Body of Knowledge 6th edition reference