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Identifying and Managing Stress and Fatigue during the Pandemic – how to manage stress for professionals and frontline workers during the Pandemic
Almost every workplace in New Zealand will be faced with exceptionally high stress level since the COVID-19 pandemic.
From financial concerns to worrying about family’s health while facing unprecedented challenges at work, many staff are uncertain how long the crisis will continue.
Some stress will be unavoidable in any workplace, but there are ways you can manage intrinsic and excessive stress.
Prolonged and chronic stress can lead to burnout, depression, physical health problems and even PTSD – major problems in today’s workforce which can cost thousands in lost productivity.
The good news is that in many cases, you can identify and address stress, fatigue and burnout easily and affordably.
In this webinar, find out how to identify and reduce harmful stress and fatigue at work. We will focus on identifying and reducing stress for professionals and frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
28 April 2020
Attendees will gain a strong knowledge of what causes fatigue, excessive stress and burnout.
Find out how to detect the warning signs of stress before it becomes a problem.
Discover how to identify and manage stressors for busy professionals and frontline workers during a crisis.
Business owners, CEOs, Managers, Human Resource professionals, Team leaders, anyone who employs or manages staff in any industry, including education, law, accounting, construction, and hospitality. This webinar is designed for businesses of any size, with a focus on reducing stress for office workers and professionals, as well as frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Michael Hempseed, Managing Director, Employee Solution Service
Julia Shallcrass, Director, KiwiBoss Ltd
1.5 CPD Hours