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Workplace Stress Management and Resiliency Training (SMaRT): What You Need To Know

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Deadlines. Frustrations. Obstacles. Do you start your workweek feeling overwhelmed, anxious, irritable or low on energy? These are just a few physical and emotional signs of out-of-control workplace stress. There are times when it is all too much and you might wish to be rid of stress forever. While there is no magic fix for stress, there are proven tools, such as workplace stress management and resiliency training, to build resilience and allow you to thrive no matter what challenges you face at work.


The APA describes resilience as:

“The process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats, or significant sources of stress — such as family and relationship problems, serious health problems or workplace and financial stressors. It means “bouncing back” from difficult experiences.”


For JB Partners, resiliency is “Your ability to push through life when it punches you in the gut.”


What is Stress Management and Resiliency Training (SMaRT)?

Stress Management seeks to mitigate the negative impacts of life’s challenges. Stress is an internal, biological reaction to a perceived situation. Internal problems take internal solutions. At its core, our reaction to workplace stressors, including organizational change, ambiguity, or interpersonal relationships, is based on our worldview or perceptions. When we have a different worldview, we think/feel/act differently, so our stress is different.

Resiliency Training is the systematic development of mental, physical, emotional, and behavioral toughness. Workers of all kinds can learn to redirect their attention to more positive aspects of your life. Training can enhance your ability to ‘bounce back’ from challenges and setbacks and decrease your stress.


Who can benefit from Stress Management and Resiliency Training (SMaRT)?

Stress is a ubiquitous part of modern life. Long hours at the workplace, outside pressures, personality conflict, and challenging customer relationships can negatively impact workplace performance—and revenue. While everyone can benefit from following basic tips for managing stress and increasing resiliency, corporate leaders, business owners, and team managers can contribute to workplace success—and the bottom line—by learning how to manage stress and motivate others to do the same.


How can I benefit from Stress Management and Resiliency Training (SMaRT)?

Managing stress is vital to your success. Imagine going to work well-rested from a great night’s sleep, ready to fully engage those around you, and boosted by the knowledge that you are capable of handling everything on your plate. Successfully managing stress benefits your physical health and your communications with your team, friends, and family. Anyone can learn the tools to reduce stress and increase resilience.


How do I get started?

Are you ready to start your path to resilience and stress management? Download our guide: 10 Best Ways To Reduce Stress Now and try one of these easy-to-follow coping methods. When you are ready, check out our other resources or attend one of our seminars where you will find clarity to create a personal action plan to deal with stress.

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Our Mission

Rest from Stress, powered by JB Partners, is committed to teaching Stress Management and Resilience Training through the immersive Rest Membership, interactive workshops, invigorating speaking engagements, and personal business coaching. Our passion is to teach others how to lead a life with less stress and more fulfillment.


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