Stress Management and Resilience
Physical, emotional, and mental fitness are the factors that drive resilience. We’ll cover these factors, their impact on life and work, and how to create more resilience. You’ll learn techniques from the improvisation stage to put to use immediately so you can bounce back quickly and move forward from any setback without missing a beat.
Specific learning outcomes will be personalized for your audience and will vary depending on which training format you select and will cover:
- What resiliency is, why you need it, and how to create more of it
- How to collaborate and reach out so that you don’t feel isolated
- A fresh perspective on how to remain healthy and calm
For more information, download our one sheet.
This topic, and so much more, is covered in our Amazon® Best Selling book, The Improvisation Edge: Secrets to Building Trust and Radical Collaboration at Work, by ImprovEdge CEO, Karen Hough.
Food for thought:
In the Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, a study was released in 2010, that showed across cultures, there is a preponderance of use of negative emotion words. 50% of the emotion words we use are negative, only 30% are positive and 20% are fairly neutral.