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Welcome to this e-learning course on Managing Stress. It has been developed as a follow up to our Dealing with Stress course. While everyone, whether staff or manager, has a responsibility to keep their pressures within manageable limits and avoid harmful stress, managers have additional responsibilities in relation to stress. This is because they have a duty of care towards their staff; they have a responsibility to play their part in helping to ensure that all employees are safeguarded from health-affecting stress.
The course is the approximate equivalent of half a day of continuous professional development. It builds on the foundations of understanding provided by the Dealing with Stress course, but focuses specifically on the managerial responsibilities. It offers the opportunity for managers to develop a clear picture of what they can do to make sure that they keep stress at bay.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
Module Companion E-book
|Section 2: Lesson One: Management Responsibilities|
Lesson 1.1: Three levels of responsibilityPreview
Lesson 1.2: The duty of carePreview
Lesson 1.3: The role of leadership
|Section 3: Lesson Two: Pitfalls to Avoid|
Lesson 2.1: Dodgy assumptions and dodgy actions
Lesson 2.2: Dodgy assumptions revisited
Lesson 2.3: Unhelpful actions revisited
|Section 4: Lesson Three: Making a Positive Difference|
Lesson 3.1: Supporting staff
Lesson 3.2: Leadership revisited
Lesson 3.3: Achieving best results
|Section 5: Conclusion|
Dr Neil Thompson is an independent writer, educator and adviser based in Wales. He has held full or honorary professorships at four UK universities. He is a well-published author with over 200 publications to his name, including 33 books, several of which are bestsellers. He has been a speaker at conferences in the UK, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Norway, the Netherlands, Greece, the Czech Republic, Turkey, Hong Kong, India, the United States, Canada and Australia.
He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, the Higher Education Academy and the Royal Society of Arts, and a board member of the International Work Group on Death, Dying and Bereavement. He was formerly the editor of the US-based international journal, Illness, Crisis & Loss and now edits the free e-zine, THE humansolutions BULLETIN. His main interests are in the field of well-being: equality and diversity; conflict management; stress; loss, grief and trauma; and reflective practice. He is a sought-after conference speaker, consultant and facilitator.