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Welcome to the “Debugging Leadership Course on Stress Management through difficult times.”
We all have difficult times as leaders, even as professionals. This course is designed to help you understand that this is normal, and it’s something that everybody goes through.
However, that doesn’t mean that we can’t put an additional focus on being better during these times. Being resilient through change and resilience through trying times means that we can help the other people around us
As leaders, we have to make sure that as much as we want to be servant leaders and put everybody else first, if we ourselves can’t be resilient through trying times, then people are going to suffer around us, and we can’t help them.
This course will cover the science behind resilience, what resilience means, and where that word comes from. We’ll talk about how we cycle up and cycle down with Stress Management, and what it means to be more resilient in times of trying circumstances.
We’ll also go over the difference between the different types of circumstances, and we’ll talk about strategies and how they can help you have an upper hand when these situations occur. In addition, we’ll also cover the basics of Stress Management, stress management techniques are great, but if we don’t get the basics right, we’re not going to get anywhere with it.
This course teaches you:
- The typical triggers and circumstances that cause stress
- How to recognise stress and its symptoms in yourself and others
- The 4 Quadrants model of stress management
- The Stress Management Worksheet and its use
- How to use the to shortcut your response to difficult circumstances
Andrew Murphy combines his 17 years of professional software engineering experience with a passion for leadership and communication skills. His main focus is on how we can be better technical leaders and developers by focusing on learning the skills most of us ignore – communication and leadership skills.
Originally from the UK but now based in Australia, Andrew has consulted, performed workshops and developed software for clients across the UK, Australia, New Zealand and the United States.
Technology in all its forms is part of his makeup and so he codes, speaks, writes, teaches, makes, games and listens to all things geek.