Stress Management at work
Dates: 6 September 2018 (8.30am - 1.00pm)
Venue: Securities Commission Malaysia
Accreditation: 5 CPE
‘Health is Wealth’- Anonymous
There is a stress that kills, and also a stress that heals. Knowing the difference between the two can go a long way to ensure your continual personal productivity, self-esteem and freedom.
In this programme, you will learn about the stress factors that directly affect personal productivity and overall health. You will be guided on how to achieve and sustain not only an energetic body, but also mental clarity and emotional balance for life.
This programme aims to provide techniques on how to regulate emotions, live a stress free lifestyle and being productive to the fullest.
||The Anatomy of Stress
- Where and how does it all begin in your body system?
- The destructive pathway or process of chronic stress
- Main sources of stress
||How to Relieve Stress Symptoms / Manifestations
- Law of cause and effect
- Personal stress profiling
- Identify the key causes
- Action plans to reverse stress symptoms and effects
||Handling Stress Related Ailments / Conditions
- Get to root of the problem
- Reversing stressed related diseases
- Treatment options useful for you to know
||Question and Answer
||End of Programme
Speaker- Goh Kek Seng
Mr Goh is a public speaker, trainer, writer and academic consultant. He holds a first-class B.A. (Hons.) in Humanities from Universiti Sains Malaysia (1975), a M.S. (Education Management) from University of Rochester, NY (1983), and postgraduate research certifications in computers-in-education, advanced consultancy, strategic planning and project management from the U.K. (1986, 1991).
Mr Goh is no stranger to the topic on stress management. With more than 15 years of professional experience in the management of higher education, and well known as the CEO of one of the largest and most renowned business colleges in the country (1993-2007), Mr Goh has greatly enriched his training programmes with lively anecdotes and stories of his personal encounters with the demands of a very competitive private higher education industry, of coping with difficult and hostile customers, meeting tight deadlines, and handling difficult superiors and colleagues.
Mr Goh has contributed extensively to the training of school principals, professional training-of-trainers and specialist lecturers’ development programmes for the Ministry of Education Malaysia. His national and regional contributions included leadership roles in the World Bank Loans for human resource development in Malaysia and in the UNESCO-APEID programs for university academics in the Asia‐Pacific countries. He has to his credit eight textbooks and more than 100 articles and training programmes presented, published and conducted in local and international conferences. He is regularly engaged as a consultant and as an in-house and public trainer in Effective Time Management and Stress Management, Effective Negotiation Techniques, Effective Customer Service, Office Communication: Speaking Skills, Office Communication: Effective Business Writing Skills, Public Speaking and Effective Presentation Skills, Team building, Leadership Skills, English Grammar, and Effective Business Communication.