Workplace stress may be triggered by changes to the organization, such as service restructures, or by external factors, such as responding to the pandemic, cost of living crisis and more.

While not all sources of stress are work-related or have a negative impact on health and wellbeing, those that could have a potential negative effect may be minimized by proactive leadership and management behaviour.

The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) recommend that having targeted conversations on a regular basis, can help prevent and manage work-related stress. Improve engagement and wellbeing and develop and grow outstanding leaders and manager

By the end of the event, managers will be able to: Define workplace stress from other sources of stress and factors that may influence workplace stress for our teams. Consider sources of support for all staff and ways to enhance wellbeing.

We promote positive high level wellbeing behaviours by exploring the five ways to well-being and GREAT DREAM model addressing stress prevention from both an evidenced based approach and using holistic self-help techniques. learners practice and experience a range of supportive relaxation and mood regulations activates during the session.

Review tools & actions that can help manage workplace stress. (Toolkit available after workshop) Conduct team-level discussions about prevention and management of workplace stress

Highlights how proactive leadership and management behaviour may help minimize stress at work.