Stress in the workplace is at epidemic levels
Fairfield, CT (PRWEB) March 14, 2005
If all the stress remedies out there are so effective, why is everyone still stressed out? That's the problem a recently developed stress management program was designed to overcome: the lack of follow-up, the almost inevitable lapsing back into stressful ways.
Created and presented by internationally known author and stress management consultant G. Gaynor McTigue, the innovative program endeavors to rid employees' lives of needless stress, anxiety and clutter in two important phases. The first is a compelling two-hour stress reduction workshop in which McTigue arms participants with a wide array of effective stress management techniques. More than just relieve stress, the strategies are aimed at actually reversing the stressful habits and mindsets workers develop on the job and in other areas of their lives.
Equally important is phase two. To prevent a relapse into stressful habits over time, participants are invited to receive new and refresher stress relief techniques by email each weekday. These daily stress tips, which McTigue currently sends out to thousands of enthusiastic recipients worldwide, provide the needed tools and motivation to stay stress-free.
"Stress in the workplace is at epidemic levels," says McTigue, "and costs in many ways, including poor job performance, mistakes, accidents, absenteeism, higher health insurance premiums, job dissatisfaction, burnout, and high turnover. "My one-two-punch program can be extremely helpful in solving these problems."
This unique stress management approach is based on McTigue's acclaimed book "Why Make Yourself Crazy" Â which was featured on the cover of Publishers Weekly, quoted in Woman's Day Magazine and other publications, and discussed on talk shows across America. For more information, or to book your stress workshop, call 203-254-7789. Or visit the website: http://www.stressholiday.com/stress-workshop
Contact: Jerry McTigue
Company: Pick Me Up Books