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Pressure and Performance


Managing Pressure In The Workplace

Managing pressure in the workplace is key, as our experience of workplace pressures influences both our performance and our mental health and wellbeing. Pressure can be motivating and positive, but can also tip over into stress.

Managers play a key role in managing workplace pressures across their teams and this session provides your people with a proven framework – the 6 Essentials – for understanding the sources of pressure that can block or enable performance. As well as gaining insight into their own pressures, your managers will learn to create positive pressure levels across their team and throughout your organisation.

Enquire today about our managing pressure in the workplace programme or download our training pack below.

Training delivery options

90 Minute Virtual Workshop

Give your managers the knowledge they need to create the foundations of good wellbeing in their teams.

  • Recognise the signs and symptoms of stress
  • Learn to manage the key sources of workplace pressure with our proven 6 Essentials framework
  • Understand their role in keeping pressure positive in their teams to support sustainable high performance
  • Includes personal Wellbeing Snapshot reports

Face to Face

We know that there are times when only in-person training and support will do. Face-to-face training for small groups is available for our Pressure and Performance programme.

  • Packed with exploration and discussion alongside practical tips and techniques
  • Full day or half day workshops available
  • Enquire today to discuss your requirements


“I need to remember to question if I am looking after myself too. As a line manager I tend to forget about me and just focus on looking out for my team. The course reminded me that we all need to be energised before we do anything - and actually I will be better able to support my team if I am more energised and resilient myself.”


“The session managed to balance really specific, personal insight whilst keeping the whole group engaged and interested. Everyone felt comfortable to share and we were pushed to be honest and self-reflective, which was very positive - focusing on our own individual areas for development and the practical tips for improving these.”


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