Manage Stress for Greater Success

While a certain amount of stress can be a catalyst for achieving peak performance and creativity, more than half of working adults report experiencing high levels of stress resulting in poor performance, absenteeism and low morale. The financial impact of stress on American businesses is estimated at $300 billion a year.

Provide your team with the tools necessary to take back control of their stress and maximize their potential. All programs include experiential exercises and group interaction to engage participants and enrich their learning experience.

They’ll learn…They’ll laugh… They’ll leave feeling renewed!

Stress Recess for Busy Professionals

Balancing stress is key to peak performance, productivity and health. Explore effective stress-relieving techniques that you can use anytime, any place to help you better manage daily challenges. Discover your most readily available tool for relieving stress and learn effective ways to quiet distracting thoughts. Connect with healthy practices that will counterbalance the negative effects of stress to restore your energy, improve your health and help you be at your best.

Optimism for Greater Success

A positive outlook brings many benefits – greater success is one of them. Although genetics plays a role in determining our level of optimism, positive psychologists have found that we can learn to be more optimistic. Discover how pessimists and optimists differ in their interpretation of life events. Learn how to stop the cycle of negative thinking and reframe thoughts to help you better cope with challenges. Explore three empirically validated strategies that you can use in your life to increase your ability to “see the glass half-full.”

Change Happens: Resiliency Can Help

Whether we welcome it or not, change happens. Sharing her experience in dealing with a life challenge that ended her hospital nursing career, Janet provides techniques that will help you navigate the changes in your life. Discover the three characteristics of a stress-hardy person – someone who is optimistic and resilient when faced with challenges. Learn how to apply these qualities in your life and explore strategies that will help you feel less worried about the impact of change and more optimistic about what the future holds.

Better Sleep, Better Health

Sleep is as essential to good health as nutrition and exercise. Poor sleep has been linked to weight gain, heart disease, diabetes and other conditions. While sleeping well may not be as simple as taking a hot bath or telling yourself to relax, there are many cognitive-behavioral techniques and relaxation practices that you can implement in your life to improve sleep. Practice breathing exercises that you can use to de-stress throughout your day and sleep more soundly at night. Reap the many benefits of a great night’s sleep.

For more information about booking Janet to speak at your next event, please call 508-384-0894 or email Janet.