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In Managing Emotions and Thriving Under Pressure, participants will learn...

  • Respond to difficult situations and people
  • Keep anger from damaging relationships
  • Behave positively when situations don’t go as expected
  • Stop taking setbacks personally—and bounce back quickly
  • Manage the stress of workplace change by “going with the flow”
  • Eliminate behaviors and habits that work against themselves
  • Develop self-discipline and healthy routines

Emotional self-control—it makes a difference in work performance, personal and professional relationships and overall happiness.

Everyone experiences those moments on the job when unwanted emotions intensify. Employees may get upset with colleagues who don’t do their job, frustrated with bosses who give them more work than they think they can handle or angry with themselves because they didn’t stand up to a pushy co-worker.

Emotions like these are normal. It’s what employees do with them that can lead to problems—at work and at home. Losing their temper, overreacting and getting stressed-out can get in the way of positive relationships—and profoundly affect their productivity and well-being.

This exciting new training program will teach participants an amazing, systematic process for developing “emotional self-control.” They’ll gain a tremendous amount of insight into disruptive emotions and impulses that make them feel out of control and helpless, and learn how to rein them in.

The tools and strategies we teach in this unique training course will minimize daily work stressors, improve employee performance, earn employees greater respect—and make their lives more fulfilling and enjoyable.

Who will benefit from this training

Business professionals who would like to spend less time worrying and stay centered in pressure situations

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    Emotions—where they come from

    • Learn about typical responses to difficult people and situations
    • How to conquer 4 basic emotions that affect everything
    • 7 emotional patterns that cause trouble
    • How to see situations and people the way they really are—without distortion or judgments
    • Stop the emotional train by detecting exactly when an intense emotion is taking over
    • 5 traits every emotionally “in control” professional possesses
    • The E-factor: Overcome draining emotions and regain energy
    • Hot buttons and how they affect employees
    • Emotions and health
    • A remarkable 8-step process for mastering emotions

    How to eliminate behaviors and habits that hinder success

    • How to face up to conflict, in spite of the almost irresistible urge to run away
    • Wanting to change a habit isn’t enough—here are 5 steps for turning your “wish” into action
    • How to stop worry from spiraling out of control
    • How even the most well-intentioned people procrastinate
    • The single best way to turn off negative self-talk
    • How to recognize and deal with the 6 most common self-defeating behaviors

    Take control of anger and other strong emotions

    • Common misconceptions about anger—and how to replace them with the truth
    • New, healthy ways for releasing anger
    • Reinterpreting events that would normally cause strong, negative emotions
    • How and why to detect underlying causes of anger
    • Rewiring a brain to stop overreacting
    • How to see anger as a feeling—not an insurmountable fault
    • Replacing patterns of distorted thinking with “reality thinking”

    Staying positive and productive in the midst of workplace change

    • The very real connection between stress and intense emotions
    • Dealing with workplace changes effectively
    • Why some people thrive on the feeling of being overwhelmed
    • Evaluate inaccurate judgments
    • How to act calmly under pressure—and feel that way inside
    • Scientifically proven ways to remove stress and the symptoms associated with it
    • A new way to look at communication
    • Challenge anxious, fearful thoughts—3 guidelines that work
    • 4 steps for turning follow-through into a habit

    Tackling life’s challenges with a new sense of discipline

    • Surprisingly simple routines that will create balance in life
    • Benefits of planned downtime and healthy sleep
    • Maintaining a new emotional sanity by living the “simple life”
    • How to stay on an even keel—a new systems approach to managing demanding work responsibilities
    • The plain and simple truth about perfectionism
    • Organization’s a good thing—but know when it turns into a destructive compulsion