A team meeting comes to a close one Tuesday afternoon, and your boss suggests that you and Thalia collaborate on the next steps. You both nod your heads in agreement to this plan, but your stomach knots up. Thalia isn’t your favorite person in the workplace. You find her tone borders on condescending, and you think she tries too hard to impress others. Heading into a team project with her has got you miffed before the co-working even begins. When you see a new message in your inbox, it’s her; she’s trying to find a mutually agreeable time. Grumpily, you close log out of your email and decide you’ll get back to her later; your disappointment in the pairing makes you unenthused about even responding -- never mind getting started on collaborating.
Stress Management is the key to regulating emotions and maintaining professional relationships
Failure to learn how to manage stress can result in a series of issues -- both personally and professionally:
Coaches help to identify and customize tools for you, depending upon your preferences and specific challenges. From making a specific plan on how to deal with stressful coworkers to using new strategies and tools and following up with you to increase accountability for the improvements you want to see, our coaches will reflect with you to identify wins, understand roadblocks, and revise plans to help you move towards success. Our coaches can collaborate with you to develop and support effective stress management techniques by: