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  1. 1. StressManagement LOGO
  2. 2. Content Overview 1 Introduction of Stress 2 Reasons of STRESS 3 Work Stress 4 Impact of Stress 5 Stress Controlling TechniquesStress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  3. 3. BusinessFor organizational Development and Communicatiosustainable developmentPresented byPrakash nDhakal -IBMS26 October 2011
  4. 4. What is STRESS ?Stress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  5. 5. About Stress What will happen when you are going to lose your identity ? What will you do, when you have to live so hardly ? What if there is a difficulty to adopt the drastic change? What will you do if your mind is not working properly by thinking such uncommon activities ?Stress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  6. 6. About Stress People stressed about money Financial stress is linked to health problems like depression and sleep problems. With the rising cost of goods and food, the mortgage crisis, and the new bank troubles were seeing, many people are feeling the crunch of financial stress. Impact: Unhealthy Coping Behaviors Less Money For Self-Care Lost sleep and unhealthy emotion Financial Stress - HUMANStress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  7. 7. VIDEO :- STRESS >>Stress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  8. 8. Work Place Stress Workplace is become a source of extreme stress. Because of: technological changes, mass retrenchments, mergers and acquisitions, information overload, demand for more productivity, fierce competition, and uncertain future According to National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, USA workplace stress can be defined as the harmful physical and emotional responses that occur when the requirements of the job do not match the capabilities, resources, or needs of the worker. Stress at the workplace can lead to poor health and even injury Workplace stress has become one of the major causes of concernStress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  9. 9. Work Place StressWork Place Stress LOGO
  10. 10. Human Performance Curve Optimum Stress Distress High Stress Level of Stress >>Stress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  11. 11. Status: Stress/Distress Stress Adapting Capacity Employee Welfare Status Employee WelfareStress Management By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM LOGO
  12. 12. More Stress: Distress You are distressed can mean that you feel: Sad Hopeless Powerless Afraid Guilty Anxious Panic Discouraged Depressed Uncertainty The High Level of StressStress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  13. 13. Reduce Work Stress Do Your Most Important Work First How do you organize your work day? Do you focus on certain important tasks or projects first thing in the morning, before other things can get in the way? Or do you just do things whenever you feel like it? FACT : You get to the office, turn on your computer, and start checking email. Then you respond to a few calls and check more email. Then you surf the web and check the news and latest info on topics that interest you. Then answer another call. All of a sudden, it is lunchtime and you have no idea where your morning went? And you’re mad at yourself for not accomplishing the project or task that you had planned to do. So Make Your Plan, Organize & Implement it by giving the value of your timeStress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  14. 14. Practical Tools for Managing Stress A change in our Change our Environment environment may be represented by a choice to Adopt our Behavior leave a stressful job behind or to make other changes Change our Response in our lifestyleStress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  15. 15. Practical Tools for Managing Stress By adapting our behavior we can better manage our Change our Environment stress Adopt our Behavior Choosing to take the train to work instead of sitting in Change our Response rush hour traffic every dayStress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  16. 16. Practical Tools for Managing Stress Sometimes, there are aspects to our life that will Change our Environment simply not go away with a change of environment or Adopt our Behavior behavior. It is often our response to Change our Response stress that causes our problemsStress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  17. 17. Knowing the STRESS SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS Memory problems Cognitive Symptoms Inability to concentrate Emotional Symptoms Poor judgment Physical Symptoms Seeing only the negative Anxious or racing thoughts Behavioral Symptoms Constant worryingStress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  18. 18. Knowing the STRESS Moodiness SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS Cognitive Symptoms Irritability or short temper Agitation, inability to relax Emotional Symptoms Feeling overwhelmed Physical Symptoms Sense of loneliness and isolation Behavioral Symptoms Depression or general unhappinessStress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  19. 19. Knowing the STRESS Headaches, dizziness, neck SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS Cognitive Symptoms ache, back pain Diarrhea or constipation Emotional Symptoms Difficulty in concentrating Chest pain, rapid heartbeat Physical Symptoms Fatigue and constant tiredness Behavioral Symptoms Loss of sex drive Irritability, anger boutsStress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  20. 20. Knowing the STRESS Neglect of punctuality SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS Cognitive Symptoms Sleeping too much or too little Isolating yourself from others Emotional Symptoms Procrastinating or neglecting responsibilities Physical Symptoms Using alcohol, cigarettes, or Behavioral Symptoms drugs to relax Nervous habits (e.g. nail biting, pacing)Stress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  21. 21. Stress Management Strategies Action -Based Relaxation and Strategies Sleep Perception Self Based Confidence & Strategies Self -Esteem Strategies on Anger Coping Stress ManagementStress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  22. 22. Stress Management ToolsStress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  23. 23. Keep Stress Under Control Take a Stand Against Over SchedulingIf youre feeling stretched, consider cutting out an activity, opting for just the ones that are most important to you. Ignore un-necessary work task, go through time perspective. And always do the important task first. Be Realistic and Learn to Relax Watch What you are Thinking Solve the Little Problems Treat your Body Well LOGO
  24. 24. Keep Stress Under Control Take a Stand Against Over Scheduling Be Realistic and Learn to Relax Don’t try to do those activities and tasks, which are out from your track to solve. So be realistic.Ensure you stay relaxed by building time into your schedule for activities that are calming and pleasurable. Manage “Work Life Balance” Watch What you are Thinking Solve the Little Problems Treat your Body Well LOGO
  25. 25. Keep Stress Under Control Take a Stand Against Over Scheduling Be Realistic and Learn to Relax Watch What you are Thinking Your outlook, attitude, and thoughts influence the way you see things. Is your cup half full or half empty?If youre out of practice, or tend to be a bit of a pessimist, everyone can learn to think more optimistically and pick the benefits. Solve the Little Problems Treat your Body Well LOGO
  26. 26. Keep Stress Under Control Take a Stand Against Over Scheduling Be Realistic and Learn to Relax Watch What you are Thinking Solve the Little ProblemsLearning to solve everyday problems can give you a sense of control, whileavoiding them can leave you feeling like you have little control and that just adds to stress.Develop skills to calmly look at a problem, figure out options, and take some action toward a solution. Treat your Body Well LOGO
  27. 27. Keep Stress Under Control Take a Stand Against Over Scheduling Be Realistic and Learn to Relax Watch What you are Thinking Solve the Little Problems Treat your Body Well Excessive or compulsive exercise can contribute to stress, though, so as inall things, use self-control. Treat your body well so that you can function well.Eat well to help your body get the right fuel to function at its best. Also, under stressful conditions, body needs its vitamins and minerals more than ever. LOGO
  28. 28. Stress Management Techniques Autogenic training Natural medicine Social activity Time management Cognitive therapy Planning and decision making Conflict resolution Listening to relaxing music Exercise Regularly Spending quality time with pets Meditation Progressive relaxation and Spas Deep breathing Stay Organized Reading novels Spending time in nature Relaxation techniques Artistic Expression Be Clear on Requirement Be ComfortableStress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  29. 29. Benefits from Stress Mgmt STRESS MANAGEMENT STRESS MANAGEMENT TRAINING BENEFITS TO THE TRAINING BENEFITS TO THE ORGANIZATION INDIVIDUAL Reduced negative Reduced personal stress organizational stress Improved decision making Increased individual productivity and responsibility Increased productivity Better team communications Connecting better to and morale family & friends Retention of valued More value, balance & employees Happiness every day 1.Keep work at work 2.Prepare Yourself Improved customer satisfaction 3.Yoga 4.Psychological HelpStress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  30. 30. Work Life Balance : Way of Managing Stress What will happen, if organization and even employees are not able to manage STRESS ? Video >>Stress Management LOGO By: Prakash Dhakal – MBA – HRM
  31. 31. Stop Stressing: Start Living Thank You Prakash Dhakal MBA – HRM LOGO

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