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Cover image for lecture: Disarm Stress at Work to Reduce Toxic Behaviour

Lecture Overview

Samuel Eddy explores mindfulness and how to create an awareness around your relationship with stress. There is a strong correlation between mindfulness and stress reduction. This lecture includes an audience participation meditation session to help you to be calm and keep your 'stress temperature' in check.

Educators

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Samuel Eddy

As an executive coach and wellbeing trainer, Samuel Eddy helps organisations and individuals manage stress and anxiety, tap into creativity and innovation, and make positive changes in culture, career, business, wellbeing, and work/life balance. Recently, he has helped organisations manage stress and anxiety in the workplace, implement resilience training, forge more meaningful career paths for employees, and create working environments where creativity and innovation can flourish. He also regularly runs workplace wellness, wellbeing and mental health resilience training. For 15 years, he worked as a senior marketing executive in banking and financial services throughout Australasia and Europe, in both large established banks and more recently tech start-up organisations, delivering disruptive digital and mobile technology to consumers. He completed a Masters of Science (Psychology) at the University of East London and for several years worked as a volunteer counsellor with people who suffered from panic, anxiety, and related disorders. See Educator Profile

Reviews

4.6
41 Total Rating(s)
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Leanne Greenshields
03 Apr 2020

Good overview with relevant practical example

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Marnie Took
01 Apr 2020

Interesting lecture reminding us that managing our stress daily is so important.

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Jacqueline Curran
31 Mar 2020

Good conference especially with the world at the moment.

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William bede Tyrrell
29 Mar 2020

informative presentation giving great advice on stress management stratergies

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Georgina Irons
28 Mar 2020

Interesting

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Dominic Peterson
10 Mar 2020

I really enjoyed the meditation at the end!

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stanley catts
05 Mar 2020

It is important that we are a positive agent on our units.Many staff have poor feelings of themselves and may react negatively to perceived behaviours either verbally or just in behaviour say,poor performance

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Sonu merin james
26 Feb 2020

good

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Amanda Raddatz
10 Feb 2020

It is so true that toxic workplaces are full of stressed people. I plan to be an advocate of change and continue to keep my stress low and not take part in any toxic behaviour.

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Sharon O'Riely
07 Feb 2020

Brief but useful information