Fundamentals of Stress Management, Calgary, February 14, 2014

Venue: Calgary - Downtown

Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Event Date/Time: Feb 14, 2014 / 8:30 am - (MST) End Date/Time: Feb 14, 2014 / 4:30 pm - (MST)
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This 1-day course will provide an excellent overview of how to navigate through the challenge of personal and organizational stress.  This course is appropriate for all team members, but will also provide team leaders with valuable perspective on how to care for your team in times of high stress. This session will give participants a template for greater sustainability and resilience, while balancing this with the positive value of stress in our personal and organizational lives. The material is designed to help participants become more self aware concerning their own reactions to stress, and to shape their personal plan for managing stress in the future.  

A complete set of course materials and lunches are included.  

Course Outline

  • Introduction
  • An Honest Look at Load and Overload
  • Good Stress / Bad Stress
  • The Rule of Living Systems – Unpacking The Margin Equation
  • An Organizational Model of Margin
  • Examining The Things We Carry
  • Maintaining Sustainability in Times of Stress
  • A Modest Proposal for Great Stress Management

Date: Feb 14, 2014

Length: 1 day (8:30 AM - 4:30 PM)

Location: Calgary, AB

Delivery Method: Classroom Training    

CEU: 0.8 Continuing Education Units

PDH: 8 Professional Development Hours

Certificate: Certificate Issued Upon Completion

Fee: $ 995.00 CAD



Calgary - Downtown

Conference Speakers

Terry Young has been involved in teaching and organizational leadership for the past 30 years. He is presently an Associate Professor of Leadership at Ambrose University in Calgary, teaching courses in leadership, public speaking, and organizational change. He also serves as the President of the Board for The Center for Organizational Reform out of Spokane, Washington and has presented on a wide variety of topics in areas of organizational change, leader self care, and the art of human investment.