Why It’s Worth Investing in Stress Awareness

Apr 1, 2022 | Lessons for Leaders

This week on the podcast I’m talking about Why it’s Worth Investing in Stress Awareness.

I wonder if you’ve ever had a time when you’ve ever felt stressed and known what would help … but not bothered to do it????

This is just one of the reason why I’m sharing information that can help you make a decision on whether it’s worth investing in stress awareness.

Why it’s Worth Investing in Stress Awareness

This week on the podcast I’m talking about Why it’s Worth Investing in Stress Awareness. I wonder if you’ve ever had a time when you’ve ever felt stressed and known what would help … but not bothered to do it????

I cover:

What is causing Stress in the workplace?

How Will Stress Awareness Help Your Organisation?

How Does Stress Impact Productivity?

Is it Worth Investing in Stress Awareness?

Ways I can support you or help for you to do it yourself.

Stress is a word that we have heard so many times over the last two years. In fact, if you asked many people I am sure that ‘stressful’ would sum up their experience of the pandemic.

April is Stress Awareness Month, and with the easing of lockdown restrictions, many are finding themselves back in the office or adapting to a permanent working from home or hybrid working environment. With this comes benefits, but also many challenges.

The last two years has changed how we connect and communicate, and although it’s also taught us resilience and shined a spotlight on our ability to adapt, it’s also impacted our emotional, psychological and social wellbeing.

Employers have a ‘duty of care’ to ensure that employees are not subjected to excessive stress in the workplace, this also means arming employees and leaders with the tools they need to manage stress effectively.

As well as costing businesses money through work-related stress and mental illness absences (£26 billion per annum in fact), stress thought to be responsible for almost half of working days lost in Britain due to health issues. 

Listen for more details, ideas, information and discussion on this topic.

Ask me about my Stress Awareness Workshops or grab my DIY pack.

This is a pack full of factual information, instructions and resources so that you can implement your own Stress Awareness and activities with your workplace and colleagues without having to think up ideas.  There are also posters and images to share in your own newsletters along with a quiz and some conversation topics.

Or, to find out more about my Stress Awareness Workshops get in touch now, spaces are filling up fast.

I hope this is helpful for you. Please do share any feedback or any questions on this, drop me an email at emma@emmalangton.com

For further information on 1:1, group coaching or training get in touch.

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If you want to be increasing your performance so that you’re more resilient, less stressed in these current times, so that you can focus easily, use tools and techniques to deal with all the current and unknown challenges then make sure that you send me an email or use the online diary and arrange a time for a chat.

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Emma Langton

Emma Langton

Executive Leadership Coach

Emma hosts the Lessons for Leaders podcast. Each week she brings you lessons, learnings, tips and advice to enable you to lead with ease in business, without stress, doubt and overwhelm so that I help you to increase your performance, be resilient and thrive in life. Emma has been providing coaching, training and therapeutic support for executives since setting up her business in 2011. Prior to that she spent over 20 years with people at the top of national and multi-national training and communication businesses.


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