I am a professional speaker and frequently get asked to speak on Stress and Change.
These are my primary areas of expertise when supporting people in business.
Executive Stress Seminars: Taking the Stress out of Leadership!
This is my core area of expertise and the one I speak about most often. For shorter seminars this is called ‘Taking the Stress out of Life’ but for half day workshops on Executive Stress the full title is ‘Taking the Stress out of Leadership!’.
Extensive research confirms that significant stress affects your well-being and performance. It is proven that people are more productive if they feel in control of what they can influence and alter. It helps if they are managed by a collaborative style rather than an autocratic one. Dominant, authoritative people can be known for getting things done; but they also stamp their personality on an organisation and may inflict stress on their employees. Those with personality styles that are less driven than their own can frustrate them or seem tedious. Autocratic people can be demanding, less patient and intolerant. All of this adds up to a recipe for stress, both in the leader and in their employees.
Why Should You Attend a Seminar?
Sue is an eloquent, articulate presenter with wide experience of presenting to small and large groups. She combines a direct style with an engaging manner and professional delivery on this sensitive topic. This ensures that she not gets not only your attention, but also that you leave with your own personal blueprint for stress management based on your experience with ‘Taking the Stress out of Leadership!’ New skills and strategies will be formed which can be taken back into the workplace and in turn will help your organisation’s bottom line.
What are the Benefits of Attending?
1. You will learn the Ten Point Plan: ten proven strategies that help you reduce stress immediately and make a difference to how well you handle it in the future.
2. You can be ‘wired up’ to a cardiac monitoring kit that is simple to use on a laptop or PC and which demonstrates how to reduce your stress and become more effective. It is easy to learn the technique and reproduce it no matter how stressed you are or what situation you’re in.
3. You will be able to determine the significance of your own symptoms of stress and learn simple techniques to manage them well.
4. You’ll be able to identify stress in other people and support them to manage it better
5. You’ll receive a booklet that will cover the Ten Point Plan and longer term strategies for success.
Testimonials from a recent conference with Securicare
Excellent programme – all very interesting
I enjoyed the guest speakers.horoughly enjoyed the speakers. They were all attention grabbing and fascinating to listen to, I would rate this conference as the best I have attended for content.
Presenters on Saturday were a treat to have
Excellent speakers this year. Saturday pm was brilliant.
Truly inspirational speakers
All guest speakers on Saturday were amazing. Inspirational in different ways.
All speakers excellent and well-motivated.
The Guest Speakers this year were Inspirational….How will they be followed, I don’t know. The Best in 18 years for me.
Strategically Managing Change
Strategically Managing Change is an important subject at a time when organizations have to introduce new processes, and modify old processes, in order to remain competitive. The impact of frequent change, or infrequent but significant change, to people can often be de-motivating and negative. It doesn’t have to be though. This session is designed to help understand how and why people react to change. The more we understand people, the better we can implement change initiatives, maintain productivity and maximise the effectiveness of everyone involved.
1. To define ‘Change’ and its impact both in recent years within Industry and on people
2. To introduce a personality characteristic that differentiates those people who are likely to cope well with change and those who cope less well
3. To suggest ways of encouraging both personality types to work well together
4. To make a number of recommendations which ensure change initiatives are as effective as possible.
Each delegate will receive a workbook to help them handle difficult periods of change
This is an interactive session using exercises and a personality questionnaire to illustrate the pertinent points, and includes time for group discussion.