Stress is inevitable, yet many of us struggle to cope effectively when we encounter stressful situations. We resort to unhealthy outlets like procrastinating or overeating—typically making our problems worse. In this course, you’ll learn to tame stress by first understanding the difference between healthy and unhealthy coping strategies.
Would you describe yourself as a workaholic, perfectionist, or high achiever? Do you skip breaks and vacations—or struggle to “switch off” at the end of the workday? Do you suffer from chronic stress? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you may be at risk for burnout. In this course, you’ll learn what burnout is and how it negatively impacts your health and performance.
Change takes many shapes in the workplace. You might face project changes, shifting organizational goals, and job or team restructuring—to name a few. Regardless of what the change is, how does it make you feel? Excited? Anxious? Skeptical? In this course, you’ll explore five common reactions to change and identify your emotions.
Ever feel stressed at work? How do you react to high-pressure situations? Is burnout a threat to your well-being and productivity? The truth is that we’re all prone to stress, pressure, and burnout. This course will help you define stress, pressure, and burnout, recognizing the unique ways they show up for you.
The word “stress” has a bad rap. However, it isn’t always negative. The right type of stress—known as eustress—offers many benefits. In this course, you’ll learn what separates eustress from its damaging counterpart, distress. You’ll also gain strategies for increasing the good vs. bad stress in your life.
Do you often feel overwhelmed and exhausted? We all deal with stressful situations at times, but chronic stress is damaging. Keeping stress under control helps maintain your energy, motivation, and health. In this course, you’ll learn the basics of managing stress.