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Managing Stress and Anger in the Workplace: Leading to Productivity and Work-life Integration
December 10 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm₱4000 – ₱6000
Employers should provide a stress-free work environment, recognize where stress is becoming a problem for staff, and take action to reduce stress. Stress in the workplace reduces productivity, increases management pressures, and makes people ill in many ways, evidence of which is still increasing. Workplace stress affects the performance of the brain, including functions of work performance; memory, concentration, and learning. Stress at work also provides a serious risk of litigation for all employers and organizations, carrying significant liabilities for damages, bad publicity and loss of reputation. Dealing with stress-related claims also consumes vast amounts of management time. So, there are clearly strong economic and financial reasons for organizations to manage and reduce stress at work, aside from the obvious humanitarian and ethical considerations.
Stress and stress management are directly related to personal well-being and specifically to workplace well-being.
This course help employers establish stress and anger management environment in the company. To increase productivity, decrease conflicts and improve performance of the workers.
- Stress in and out of the workplace
- Types of Stress
- Stressors and how to deal with them
- Anger and negative behaviors at work
- Crisis to risk management
- Workplace behavior
- Principles and practices at work
- Leadership Competency Style
- TIPS: Preventing distress and improving productivity and Work life balance
- Better Decision Making, Prioritizing & Project Execution
- The Results Orientation of Your Work and Life
- Management Programs
- Actionable Work-Life Tools
- Eliminate Burnout
- Manage out-of-control email
- Set boundaries
- Improve time management
- Develop prioritization program
- Deploy the most potent motivation for engagement
- Improve health and wellness
- Case studies
- Video presentation
- Interactive Exercises
JESSE FRANCIS N. REBUSTILLO
He earned his MBA degree at the Ateneo Graduate School of Business (sans thesis) and BSBA Management course, magna cum laude, from the Aquinas University, Legazpi City. He has a Diploma in Human Resource Development, Compensation Management, Labor Relations, and HR Planning and Acquisition from the Jose Rizal University.
He is a Management and Human Resource Consultant, Training Consultant, Seminar Facilitator and Speaker as he conducts programs on values, leadership, emotional intelligence, work life integration, team alignment, career development, job hunting as well as sales and customer service.
Jesse was the Corporate Human Resources Head of the Philippine Daily Inquirer.
He shifted career to become the Inquirer’s AVP for Sales – Classified Advertising and then was promoted as AVP for Industry Relations.
Jesse was the Editor of the Inquirer’s Working People Section and the Chairman / Editor of ECOP’s Philippine Employer Magazine.
He was the 2011 President of the Philippine Society for Training and Development (PSTD) and the 2016, President of the People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP), currently the CFO of the Philippine Association of Professional Speakers (PAPS), and a member of the Board of Trustee of the Philippine Council of Associations and Association Executives (PCAAE).
He is now a happy retiree.
Currently he is a Training and HR Consultant of the International Labor Organization (ILO), ECOP and PMAP and teaches HRM subjects at the Masters in People Management, Lyceum Graduate School.
Despite his hectic schedule, Jesse devotes his time as a diligent Special Minister of the Holy Communion at Our Lady of Remedies Parish in Malate, Manila. He is a music lover and knows how to play the piano enjoys bonsai, gardening and baking and to fill up some empty spaces in his appointment book, breeds forty-two dogs and a father to two adopted boys.