Being part of the competitive corporate world challenges the individual’s ability to maintain work-life balance in a myriad of ways.
Research has revealed that the percentage of people working in the corporate field have died of acute stress related conditions including coronary disease, duodenal ulcers and strokes, on average 8 times as many as people who work in other professions.
Stress in itself is neutral, it is how we deal with it that is important. A certain amount of stress is beneficial as it can function as a stimulating force to encourage us to take action and go beyond our seeming limitations and achieve higher goals. Individuals deal with stress in different ways and whilst some thrive in this environment, rising to the constant challenges positively, for others it can lead to a downward spiral, affecting their physical, emotional and mental health.
- High Blood Pressure
- Loss of concentration
- Poor judgement
- lack of interest
- Negative thoughts
There are many symptoms of work related stress, including feeling overwhelmed, low productivity, problems switching off, feeling unable to cope, lack of enthusiasm, lacking motivation to go to work.
Recognising when you have reached your threshold is imperative as you can take positive steps to alter this course. Working with a Corporate Stress Consultant can help you address your triggers and assist you to produce the change you desire in the workplace, to become more time efficient, better organized, gain confidence public speaking, improve communication skills and learn how to become more empowered.
This is for anyone who works in an environment where they feel overwhelmed and unable to cope with the demands of the job, whether you are a teacher, a manager, leader of a company or part of the workforce.
I assist individuals to create a healthy work-life balance through a variety of methodologies.
Sessions are available for one to one, skype, or telephone.