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21st February 2014
Four actions that managers and leaders need to take to reduce growing pressure
18th February 2014
From catastrophe to success
We help individuals and organisations handle pressure and reduce stress in a constructive and positive way.
We are passionate about supporting people to have more balanced and happier lives. This includes developing ways of dealing with the growing demands that most managers and employees experience throughout their work.
We enable clients to handle pressure more effectively and develop both personal and team resilience and to produce lasting, sustainable results.
Our backgrounds, range of tools and flexible approach, means that we offer solutions which are tailored to meet personal needs and tackle organisational issues.
Partners in Managing Pressure
After graduating, Bruce worked in Public Relations before moving into a series of Human Resource and Organisation Development Roles, within four very different, large organisations in different sectors. He then became a Partner and Director of a major change consultancy working on diverse development initiatives, throughout the world.
He set up Managing Pressure in 2006 to focus on creating different approaches to reducing and preventing stress.
His international consulting and coaching background, coupled to skills gleaned as a complementary therapist, provide a unique combination and expertise to deal with diverse organisational and personal health challenges.
Graham’s earlier corporate career was mainly in sales and sales management, before moving into HR and then training. He has over 20 years’ experience as a consultant and partner in training companies, developing and delivering training solutions both internationally and in the UK.
He is a FISMA, a master practitioner of NLP, a member of the Association of Coaching, a qualified hypnotherapist and also a Reiki practitioner. He is registered with the NHS and combines his corporate work with these activities.
- De-cluttering is great for giving away, selling or getting rid of the things you no longer need or want. Challenge yourself to clear 25% of the objects filling your wardrobe, cupboards, attic or garage... (charities welcome many items or consider using sites such as freegle to offer things to local communities.)
- Understand what your money is doing right now, so that you can realistically plan how you can spend wisely on the things, situations and people that will enrich the most important parts of your life in the forthcoming year.
- Remind yourself who are the most important people you want in your life are. These people will provide much of the positive energy to help recharge your batteries. Plan how you can spend more time with them. Stop investing your valuable time in those who drain the life out of you.