About this Event:
Managing stress is similar to managing other aspects of your life– it’s about taking time to explore which parts of your life require improvement. Identifying different kinds of stress, and how you respond to that stress, allows you to tap into your best parts and put ideas into action.
In this module, participants learn how to take steps toward converting their negative reactions into positive ones. By understanding what factors cause you or team members stress, you can intentionally work together to create a healthy, stress-free work environment.
Completion of this module will empower participants to:
• Examine different types of stress and their impact
• Work collaboratively with peers to manage stress
• Explore strategies for handling stress
• Transform negative energy into a positive opportunity
About the Speaker:
James Mayo, Performance Development Consultant, has been with Dale Carnegie for almost two years. His roles include Client Relations, Account Management, Sales & Marketing, Technology, and in a couple months, a Dale Carnegie Certifed Trainer. Prior to Dale Carnegie, James held many positions such as HR Software Consultant, Small Business Consultant, Middle and High School Teacher in Computer Software, and a Conflict Resolution Specialist. James also was the Founder and Executive Director of a non-profit education enrichment program for disadvantage youth in the Natomas area. James graduated from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles with a Psychology degree and is
a certified Professional Coach.
James’ favorite Dale Carnegie quote is, "If we can inspire adults to a realization of their own unexpected powers, we shall not have lived in vain."
Natomas Chamber Lunch & Learn: Dale C...
Date and Time
Wednesday May 26, 2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PDT
May 26, 2021 12:00 PM Pacific Time
This meeting will be held on Zoom. Here is the login link and password: