This step by step guide to stress-free living, gives you easy-to-use, proven techniques that EVERYONE can fit into their schedule and which work fast! If you're feeling tired, overwhelmed by the commitments in your life or simply feel there's got to be more to life than this, then this Webcast is for you. Learn easy steps to Stress Free Living and learn to love your life.Read more >
We can all get stressed from time to time. Sometimes things really boil over, what MBTI users call ‘being in the Grip’, but much more often we just have to manage the everyday stresses of life.
In this webinar, Penny Moyle, CEO of OPP, and John Hackston, Head of Research, will take you through how, when we become stressed, an over-reliance on our strengths means that we don’t perform at our best, but how an awareness of our MBTI Type will help us to avoid, survive and master the effects of stress. They will also show you how to use new imagery and resources to explain these concepts to others.
You don’t need to be a qualified MBTI Practitioner to participate in this webinar, but it will help if you know your MBTI Type preference.
NOTE - There was a sound problem on this webcast so you may want to skip between 14:58 and 17:56. Apologies for the inconvenience.
Souvent nous nous focalisons sur le problème, sans penser que celui-ci peut être une source d’énergie. Et si nous pouvions recycler le stress? Comment pouvons-nous l’exploiter pour en tirer un avantage ? En quoi le fait de connaitre notre type de personnalité nous donne des leviers au quotidien?
Lors de ce webinaire gratuit, Audrey Costalin, consultante formatrice d'OPP France, abordera la dynamique du stress au travers du MBTI, et expliquera comment optimiser le stress pour non seulement diminuer les tensions, mais aussi pour en faire un élément moteur du succès.
Il n'est pas nécessaire d'être certifié MBTI pour suivre ce wébinaire.
Mindfulness and resilience are again top of the agenda as key tools to help employees look after their own health. This webinar will explore successful strategies to reduce stress and build resilience.Read more >
Banks have prepared multi-year financial plans for decades; many with a stress testing component.
Then in 2008-09, in response to the financial crisis, Regulators selected Stress Testing as a key tool for monitoring a bank’s financial health. They issued detailed guidance and instigated a rigorous review programme.
6+ years on, banks have spent $millions on Regulatory Stress Tests and built big teams. Yet they struggle to deliver results on time and stress test quality remains poor.
What have Regulators introduced that is so difficult?
What new options do Banks have to meet requirements ?
Concentrations of credit, particularly those related to commercial real estate loans, have been a common factor in bank distress during economic downturns. Since the financial crisis, regulators have been laser focused on ensuring that the nation’s largest financial institutions – those with $10+ billion in assets – have sound stress testing and capital planning programs in place to ensure financial stability.
The focus is trickling down to the community bank level and examiners are now asking smaller institutions to have appropriate programs in place. For many community bankers, there is uncertainty as to what examiners expect, as well as a lack of resources and expertise to comply. There is also a misconception about the value of stress testing, with attitudes ranging from “it’s a necessary evil” to “it is an integral part of our strategic planning process.”
EDR, in partnership with sister company Trepp, is pleased to offer this complimentary webinar “Stress Testing 101 – Best Practices for the Community Banker.”
Attendees with get answers to some commonly asked questions, including:
-What is a stress test?
-What is capital adequacy stress testing?
-What are the regulators’ expectations?
-What are the larger banks doing?
-What is the current state of stress testing?
-What do stress testing results look like?
-What macroeconomic variables go into projections?
Workplace stress is always a hot topic in the HR press, and even more so currently as organisations push to achieve more with reduced resources and budget. Is the media’s portrayal of stress as bad correct – or is stress something we can learn to manage and even harness for positive benefit? Although most of us know what stress feels like, many of us fail to identify the best coping strategies for the productive management of the challenges that we face. And if we have trouble managing our own stress, how can we best support colleagues who experience stress differently?
Penny and John will step through a well-established dynamic model of the stress process and explain how you can build individual and organisational resilience, not only to avoid stress turning into distress, but also to understand when it can be a positive, motivating force.
The co-author of the TKI assessment will provide a deep understanding of how the increasing levels of stress experienced in the workplace can not only prevent people from using the best conflict mode in a given situation (competing, collaborating, compromising, avoiding, or accommodating), but can also push people to react blindly to conflicts with fight, flight, or freeze.
Join Dr Ralph Kilmann on 5 June to find out how you can help people maintain moderate stress (neither high nor low), enabling them to manage their conflicts mindfully and thus successfully.
In this 40 minute webinar, you will understand how to battle stress by eating the right foods (I will share my top 3 stress fighting foods) and sleeping more. We all experience stress in our jobs and quite often in our home life. In this webinar you will regain control over your stress triggers and understand how to respond to them in a way that nets you more energy and a better mood.Read more >
Financial stress is estimated to affect 68% of NHS staff, with a staggering 91% of those on a salary of £30,000-£39,000 admitting that they have been affected in the past 12 months. This online workshop will explore the facts and figures from a ground-breaking new report analysing “ The DNA of Financial Wellbeing” with specific NHS insights.
Join us to discover how your organisation could be wasting as much as 14% of your payroll spend due to lost productivity, absence and stress related illness, and what the risks are of ignoring this problem. We will introduce you to the concept of financial wellbeing and explore how this can not only help your staff, but also your organisation at no cost.
Heidi Allan, head of insights and engagement, Neyber
Tom Beaumont, senior consultant financial wellbeing, Neyber
Stress testing is a useful method for determining how a portfolio will fare during a period of financial crisis...Read more >
Banks of all sizes are undertaking significant efforts to fulfill risk-based capital requirements.
This session will provide an overview of the most important regulatory developments related to capital and provides practical insights into what financial institutions should do and know when they prepare for Capital Plans and Stress Testing.
Our panel will also discuss recent related regulatory responses and debates over what should be done to avoid a repeat of the financial crisis.
Topics will include:
• Regulatory Reform related to Capital Management
• Frameworks: Basel III and Effective Stress Testing
• How to Leverage Compliance to Enhance Enterprise Risk Management
• What Financial Institutions Should Know: practical hints
Banks Stress Testing Takes Focus From Customers and BusinessRead more >
There are two ways of approaching life - from a position of fear or a position of love and joy. What affects our approach include genetics, character types, learned and conditioned behaviour and other external behaviour. There is a great deal that can be done however to overcome anxiety, fears & phobias and Annie Lawler, talks in this webcast about the proven techniques she used to change her life into a more positive, less fearful, more joyous experience. Sign up today to join in the debate!Read more >
Learn about easy and proven techniques to help you get happy, get fit and healthy! With lots of negative influences around us, it's easy to get 'down in the dumps' and to forget just how much we have going for us. In addition, negative thinking and behaviour depresses our immune system, thus compromising our health and our ability to achieve the goals we dream of. Developing a PMA is not just 'pink and fluffy' nonsense. True positive thinking helps you see the opportunity in even the most challenging circumstances, improves your chances of recovery from serious illness and makes your feel much happier about exactly where you are (wherever you are) today.Read more >
- discuss the neurobiology of GAD
- recognize symptoms and diagnose individuals with generalized anxiety disorder
- plan evidence-based treatment for individuals with GAD and gad and comorbid disorders including depression, sleep disorders, cardiac illnesses and IBS.
Mark Pollack, MD, Director, Center for Anxiety and Traumatic Stress Disorders, Massachusetts General Hospital
Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Dr. Pollack’s areas of clinical and research interest include the acute and long-term course, pathophysiology, and treatment of patients with anxiety disorders and associated comorbidities, development of novel pharmacologic agents for mood and anxiety disorders, uses of combined cognitive-behavioral and pharmacologic therapies for treatment refractory patients, presentation and treatment of anxiety in the medical setting, and the pathophysiology and treatment of substance abuse.
Blackwell Futura Media Services designates this educational activity for 1 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Blackwell Futura Media Services is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. DETAILS at: http://bit.ly/ADAA_CME1
Using very effective tools and techniques to reduce stress and have greater confidence in any situation.Read more >
We all know that what we eat & drink eventually turns into tissue and becomes part of our bodies,. We also know that regular activity tones the body, burns calories and aids heart health. But did you know, they also affect your mental and emotional wellbeing, your ability to concentrate and make decisions? This webcast gives you 10 easy ways to adapt your eating & activity habits to reduce stress, improve health, performance and happiness. Don't miss it!Read more >
Do you lay awake at night, unable to sleep and tossing ideas, thoughts and worries around in your head? Of course, we all have the odd disturbed night, but when it becomes regular, lack of sleep affects our moods, our ability to perform and enjoy life AND our immune system. It's time to break the cycle, using proven techniques, broken down into easy steps that anybody can do. Join this vital webcast today and start to see the rapid results.Read more >
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is common, chronic, and associated with substantial impairment in function and quality of life. GAD commonly occurs comorbid with mood disorders and anxiety disorders. GAD comorbidity has been clearly linked to additive worsening of outcomes and function in both Major Depressive Disorder and in Bipolar Disorder. This presentation will provide an update on current understandings about the incidence and nature of GAD and comorbid disorders, and their impact on patient health.
During this webinar attendees will:
1) Understand the overlap of Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) with mood disorders
2) Understand the impact of GAD comorbidity on severity of illness including suicidality, quality of life and functioning in individuals with GAD
3) Learn about the need to address GAD and its comorbidities to optimally improve patient health
Naomi Michele Simon, M.D., M.Sc.
Dr. Naomi M. Simon is Associate Director of the Center for Anxiety and Traumatic Stress Disorders and Director of the recently established Complicated Grief Program at Massachusetts General Hospital, and is Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School.
Blackwell Futura Media Services designates this educational activity for 1 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Blackwell Futura Media Services is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. DETAILS at: http://bit.ly/ADAA_CME5
To celebrate ISMA's 12th National Stress Awareness Day, Stress Management Expert and ISMA Member, Annie Lawler gives insights, hints and top tips on 4 keys to stress-free living: Sleeping Well, Prioritising, Becoming Active and Valuing yourself. There'll be a chance to vote and to ask questions, plus a Special Offer. Don't miss it! Resgiter now.Read more >
3 hurricanes, flood in data centre, bombings, strikes, CIO powering off a site, code going in wrong - you name it and it has happened to me. Most organisations though are not ready for all that can go wrong. I will share some tips and tricks to help you test your systems and see where you stand so you can better prepare for most eventualities.Read more >