Improve Workplace Results
Phoenix, AZ (August 27, 2018) – The Stress & Anger Management Institute, LLC (The SAMI Group) has just announced a new workshop series designed to teach and support busy employees in getting more positive results in their work environments. The program focuses on increasing emotional intelligence and managing stress to increase productivity. The goal is to eliminate the distraction of misunderstandings, provide the tools for effective communications and emphasize personal accountability.
This workshop includes an assessment to measure the participant’s current ability to function in effective communications, monthly group Q&A call, and course materials for $297/participant.
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With our constant stream of emails, voicemails, meetings, conference calls, and so on, it is a minor miracle that any of us can accomplish anything. With our smartphones surgically implanted into our hands, our time is sliced so thinly that we never have the focused time to develop the big-picture perspective required for an action plan, let alone the time to execute it.
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One of our favorite ways to manage stress is the #FlotationTank - AKA "Floating." It's an enjoyable method to reset the nervous system, calm the mind and rejuvenate the body.
Some benefits of #FloatTherapy include:
*Physical Benefits: Increased blood circulation, increased healing abilities, pain management, increased immune system function and used in athletic training.
*Mental Benefits: Stress reduction, increased creativity, increased reaction time & sensory acuity, sleep schedule maintenance, and feelings of euphoria.
Join us every first Friday of the month for a therapeutic #Float. Space Is Limited To 5 Members. Our first meet-up begins January 6, 2017. For more information call (888) 241-1167.
Work stress can easily drive you to feel overwhelmed, anxious and scattered. The Inner Balance™ sensor for Android and iPhone trains you to shift and replace emotional stress with emotional balance and coherence.
Many clients complain of difficulty sleeping, feeling overwhelmed, and irritability with others prior to implementing our stress management training. After a short level one training course, on average, clients share they fall asleep thirty minutes faster, their stress management assessments scores rate significantly higher, and overwhelmingly claim feeling more fulfilled and satisfied in their relationships.
Everyone gets angry; it’s a normal emotion.
How you handle your anger can make all the difference to your heart. Letting your anger out explosively can be harmful because it triggers surges in stress hormones and injures blood vessel linings. When you have a destructive reaction to anger, you're more likely to have heart attacks.
Studies reveal a positive outlook reduces your heart attack risk by one-third and very optimistic people have lower risks of dying from heart disease.
Learning to communicate your anger assertively can help you feel happier and enjoy healthier relationships.
Developing your career strengths begins with assessing which skills are necessary for your desired professional development. Our career development programs are designed to help you improve your interactions with others in your workplace.
Your career success can depend on how well your team performs. Does your team work well together? Is your team willing and motivated to do their best? How are their problem-solving skills?
To develop your team leadership skills and unleash the talent of your individual team members, get started in one of our valuable workplace training programs.
Some of our course benefits include:
• Learning to recognize and tap into the characteristics of an efficient team.
• Understanding the key elements that move a team from involvement to empowerment.
• Improving your strategies for dealing with team conflict.
• Discovering how action planning and analysis tools can help your team produce first-class results.