Identify stress in the workplace - help support your teams to recover from stress and bounce back to their best

Identify stress in the workplace - help support your teams to recover from stress and bounce back to their best

Introducing Pressure Points - the new, effective and practical tool from Robertson Cooper for supporting stress management in the workplace, and improving team performance.
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Improve your team's performance

When a team has a Good Day at Work, they are more likely to be:

Productive, creative, collaborative teams

In our fast-moving, competitive work environments, teams often find themselves working flat out which can sometimes lead to becoming caught in a cycle of negative emotions and behaviours- also known as stress.

The sogns of stress

The signs of stress in the workplace

  • Decreased effectiveness and productivity
  • Uncharacteristic disengagement
  • Increase in cynicism
  • Higher rates of conflict
  • Higher rates of turnover
Professor Sir Cary Cooper - Pressure points identifies the issues and supports positive outcomes.

Pressure Points can help

Pressure Points supports teams in improving their status quo, by working through the issues to create solutions and take collective responsibility for having a
Good Day at Work.

Robertson Cooper’s validated and market leading wellbeing measurement tool
Using Robertson Cooper’s validated and market leading wellbeing measurement tool, the sources of the workplace pressures for the team or department are identified.
Individuals receive feedback on the sources of their pressure
Individuals receive feedback on the sources of their pressure and their current wellbeing status.
Group feedback and support solutions-focused workshops
Using the survey data, our expert facilitators provide group feedback and support solutions-focused workshops to constructively resolve any pressure points in the team or department.
A clear short-term action plan is created.
A clear short-term action plan is created to alleviate the current pressures and equip the team for any future challenges.
BAE Systems - Their approach enables us to take action flexibly and with confidence.

Key features:

  • Reduce the risk of stress and help to create coping strategies for the future.
  • Re-establish the connections in the team.
  • Re-evaluate and reconcile the team’s purpose so they are united in their approach.
  • Create more Good Days at Work with a practical intervention to get teams out of their rut and feeling confident about their future.
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