When change is apparent in or out of the workplace, mental fitness is a key component for managing it. It gives us the ability to care for ourselves and make sure we’re physically able to navigate the turbulent waters ahead.
We are all expected to be on the top of our game and take on the challenges that life presents to us. But managing them physically and psychologically can add another layer of stress. We are all too familiar with the stresses in life and the damage it can do to the biology and the psyche of a person. Resilience, solution oriented thinking, positive attitude and decision-making with a strong dose of purpose is the foundation for mental fitness. That doesn't mean that things won't go wrong, they often do in life, but just surviving is not enough, it is also about thriving.
In Eric’s engaging session, attendees will learn how to:
- Understand the 5 components of stress control
Predictability, controllability, trust, relationships, and purpose
-Navigate the pillars of mental fitness
Recognizing choices, self-esteem, boundaries, and vulnerability
- Be aware of oneself and observation of others
Utilizing the tools of mental fitness, we can live and work with the motto “Survive and Thrive”.