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Une conférence de Nathalie Plamondon-Thomas

Strategies to Transform Stress, Overwhelm, Self-Sabotage and Negative Self-Talk to Thrive Under Pressure and Change.

In today’s fast-paced business world, professionals face a multitude of challenges, making quick, high-stakes decisions. Change is constant. Highly experienced professionals that could do their job with their eyes closed are finding themselves in overwhelm mode. Struggling with uncertainty impacts their ability to learn new skills or adapt to change.

“This is so uncomfortable. I’ve never done that before. It’s never going to work.”

Stress and panic can impair performance and productivity, leading to disengagement, absenteeism and may even result in burnout, affecting both individuals and the company’s bottom line. It’s not really people’s fault. The brain loves repetition and generalization. It is hardwired to resist change.

“The brain perceives change as a threat and generates pain comparable to when receiving a punch in the face.”

TURN OFF THE PANIC BUTTON provides insights into stress management, identifying avoidable worries, understanding stress’s brain mechanisms, and employing coping strategies. Equipped with specific tools and strategies to focus thoughts and control emotional loops, the change experience is far less stressful. This new gained confidence allows to turn off the panic button and thrive under pressure.

• How are emotions and stress created in your brain?
• Learn how most of what we worry about can be avoided.
• Discover four brain functions that can play tricks on you.
• What is the purpose of powerful emotions?
• How long should be an emotional loop and how to exit the loop when you get stuck?
• Concrete strategies to create positive bio-chemical reactions in your brain.
• Powerful questions that work on the spot, to interrupt overthinking, stress, anxiety, negative self-talk, and step into a more resourceful state.