Memory Spring Stress Management Courses

Managing Stress in the Virtual Workspace

Stress is an issue that we all deal with on a daily basis; however, most of us don’t realize the impact that stress has on our memory, mental and physical health. Stress plays a significant role in our ability to learn, store information in our brain, and recall it when we need it. Stress over extended periods of time (chronic) wreaks havoc on our system, memory, brain health, mental health, and can destroy happiness.

How can you effectively manage this stress and become more effective in today’s demanding online work environment? 

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Enhancing Resiliency in the Virtual Workspace

Workplace Resilience

Nearly 50 percent of all U.S. workers feel overwhelmed by a growing number of job tasks with intermittent access to their physical office and coworkers.  Attempting to do more with less, conflicting demands for attention, and overall stress in the workspace very often lead to job burnout, employee dissatisfaction, and lower productivity.

We all want to be more resilient in every area of our life. How can you build your resilience in today’s stressful environment? 

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Mindfulness in the Virtual Workspace

Today’s virtual workspace is more complicated and challenging than ever before. We’re constantly bombarded by an endless number of new conflicting distractions and priorities, making it very challenging to stay focused and on task. In addition, our conditioned need for nearly instant gratification makes it more difficult to maintain clarity and presence (mindfulness).  Without mindfulness, an organization, its people, and its customers suffer mentally, physically, and fiscally.

How can you improve your mindfulness in today’s stressful environment? 

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