Stress is something that we all experience at one time or another, but when everyday pressures and challenges start to build up, we can often be left feeling overwhelmed and unable to cope. Over time, prolonged stress can have a real impact on our health and wellbeing and even lead to burnout.
However, by learning how to manage stress more effectively, we can not only reduce it but even begin to use it to our advantage, to help boost our productivity and enhance our performance.
Medigold Health Perform offers a range of mental health and wellbeing programmes designed to:
- increase awareness and understanding among your employees of the causes of workplace stress and anxiety;
- help them identify their personal stressors; and
- equip them with practical strategies and techniques that will help them to build their resilience, develop a more positive mindset and channel their stress so that they can perform effectively even in the most high-pressure situations.
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Our experts at Perform have created a handy advice sheet providing their top simple stress-busting tools for you to share with your team. To download your copy now, simply complete the short form to the right.
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If you’d like more information about Medigold Health Perform and how our services can support your business to boost the mental health and wellbeing of your workforce, visit our website www.medigold-health.com/mental-health-at-work/ or get in touch via:
Call: 0330 390 3370
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