Everyone metabolizes and handles stress differently. In this video, learn how to better manage your own stress and the stress of others.
- My name is Kate Wiebe. … I'm the Executive Director … of the Institute for Collective Trauma and Growth. … It's really important for staff members and leaders … of organizations to remember … that everyone processes stress differently. … And so some people, for example, need to talk about it. … Other people don't want to talk about it at all. … And that's really important for their own health. … Some people will find that work helps them … to process, to have something to do and to be distracted … in a way or to be focused in a way. … Other people need periodic times, maybe five minutes … even every hour to just take a break. … Or they might need a couple hours out of the day … to just take a break. … Some people need access to telehealth, … so access to a therapist or care provider … through the phone. … And even if your organization is not focused … on mental or emotional care, you can have a, … as a leader, or as staff members, you can have a list … of referrals in your community …
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- Adopting an approach to manage uncertainty
- Identifying resistance to change
- Developing tools for self-care
- Distinguishing fact from fiction
- Building decision-making skills
- Identifying how stress is handled
- Developing methods for communication
- Finding a new rhythm
- Evaluating personal finances
- Gaining new perspectives
Skill Level Intermediate
Lessons in Enlightened Leadershipwith genConnectU56m 50s Intermediate
1. Embracing the Change Around You
2. Understanding What Is Going On
The historical context1m 58s
3. Managing Stress
4. Evaluating the Financial Impact
5. Adjusting Your Approach
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