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Trainings

The Road from Stress to Resilience

The purpose of this course is to help participants recognize resilience isn’t a trait that a person is born with but is a set of skills that can be developed in ourselves and others. Participants will see stress through a different lens and discover the road to resilience by developing skills and applying strategies to cultivate resilience personally and professionally.

Outcomes:

At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Define what is stress and resilience and the relationship between the two

  2. Identify the factors that impact resilience

  3. Develop skills that cultivate resilience

  4. Apply actionable strategies to build and enhance resilience

 

Length of Training: Six hours

 

Navigating Life and Work

This course will guide you on how to utilize strategies and build critical skills to navigate the demands of life and work. Navigating Life and Work will give opportunities for you to discover what is needed to be healthy, happy and energized each and every day.

Outcomes:

At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Understand the background of the current workplace environment and challenges employees face today

  2. Define work-life balance and work-life integration

  3. Identify and  understand the key sources of energy and learn strategies on how to boost these sources of energy

  4. Define work-life supports and describe various approaches that can be used to provide work-life supports for employees

  5. Identify considerations for work-life supports to be successful at an organization

  6. Identify, assess, and build skills for integrating work and life

 

Length of Training: Six hours

These classes can be found on the Statewide Learning Services quarterly training schedule that you can access on their website. If you would to provide this training to your employees at your agency or location. Please contact us directly at thrive@omes.ok.gov