05 Jul “Burnout” classified as a medical condition, an occupational phenomenon.
Is it burnout, or is it stress?
There is a difference, but sometimes it’s hard to know what an individual is dealing with. Burnout is not just simply a result of long hours. The cynicism, depression, and lethargy of burnout can occur when a person is not in control of how the job is being carried out.
“Since May 2019, World Health’s Organization’s 11th revision of the international Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) classified burnout as a medical condition, an occupational phenomenon”. The new definition called burnout syndrome is a result of a chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed.
Stress is a strong contributor to burnout. Stress can cause severe health problems and, in extreme cases, can cause death. If a person doesn’t tailor responsibilities to match a true calling, or at least take a break once in a while, the person could face a mountain of mental and physical health problems.
The parameters of burnout are in desperate need of clarity and these new international standards could greatly improve diagnosis and treatment. Stress management techniques have been shown to have a positive effect on reducing stress in people’s life today.
Be a certified stress management consultant who takes the first steps to alleviate the deleterious effects of burnout in people’s life today. These skills will help you to teach and coach individuals in a wide variety of stress management interventions and techniques. It will also benefit learners to appreciate the importance of recognising the impact of stress, and you’ll have gained knowledge of strategies and therapies to reduce and manage stress.
Register and become a part of our professional community.
• Identify and understand stressors and stress signals
• Manage stress and build resilience
• Managing stress
• Resolving conflict
• Help others cope more effectively with their stress and achieve balance and success in their lives
• Develop an understanding of how the four basic personality styles deal with stress
• Use the strengths of your personality to overcome stress
• Administer the Stress Evaluation Profile that identifies your individual level of stress in 10 critical life areas
• Develop a stress management programme tailored to fit your individual style
• Explore the fact and explore the fiction about stress
• Learn great tips and techniques you may use in your counselling/ coaching/ mentoring practice
It equips you with the profound skills to effectively consult, counsel and help others to identify and deal with stress. You will join the global network consisting of thousands of qualified professionals who are already impacting lives at home, work and their communities with their enhanced capabilities.
WHO SHOULD ENROL?
This certification is highly recommended for consultants, life coaches, career coaches, executive coaches, wellness coaches, corporate employees, or anyone who are overwhelmed with stress and wish to help others.
At the end of this certification training programme, you’ll become a professional certified stress management consultant which can be used in your counselling/ coaching/ mentoring practice.
15 – 16 August 2019
This certification is awarded by The Institute for Motivational Living (IML) Inc, USA – a world leader in developing, publishing and delivering customised, behavioural assessments.
Full Couse Fees: $980 NETT
10% Early bird discount: $882 registration and payment completed 1 month before the workshop.
Articles and findings obtained from World Health Organization.