Stress a Psychological and Neurobiological Approach

Face-to-face Instructor Led Courses, Human Resources, Manage Stress

What Is Stress a Psychological and Neurobiological Approach Training?

When attempting to combat stress in the workplace, many businesses start to tackle this problem through organisational health and wellbeing channels which help them identify and 'treat' the symptoms. These methods of managing stress have limited value because they don't go to the root of the problem: recognising the causes. Without understanding the individual stress-triggers it is extremely difficult - if not impossible - for stress management that deals with what was causal in the first place. What if your organisational culture, management styles, recruitment processes and people are in fact 'stress-inducing'? You might be treating the stress symptoms successfully, but if the stress is induced by an organisational trigger, the problem will be cyclic and endemic. We provide both psychological and neurobiological insights into the causes and common triggers of stress - and with this new perspective will help to 'stress-proof' your organisation. This course will help you identify whether: - your line managers behaviour styles might be stress-inducing - whether you are recruiting individuals susceptible to stress - you are rewarding, or encouraging, stress-inducing behaviours - there is a counter-cultural mismatch between stress drivers and organisational culture. 

Who Should Attend

Organisational consultants and HR professionals and anyone interested in understanding the latest research and in exploring practical preventative measures to protect themselves, their colleagues and their business against workplace stress.

Course Agenda

- Learn how to conduct a strategic stress analysis on your organisation: where is it now and where does it need to be?
- How to support exising good practice and challenge 'hidden stressors'
- Understand how your organisation might be inducing stress and how to 'stress-proof' it
- Why good people underperform: Explore how different personality types are susceptible to stress - and the neurobiological effect this has on the brain
- A strategy for success: How do you manage people suffering from stress back into the organisation?
- How the latest thinking in neuroscience and psychology can be translated into practical stress management measures in the workplace.


Available onsite or nationwide at any of over 50 centres, see below our open course availability. Alternatively, call 0844 335 8882.


The Stress a Psychological and Neurobiological Approach course will be accredited to the latest in recognised certificating award. All successful delegates will also receive an Xyz certificate of attendance. Enrolled subscribers of the National Training Card will also have any certificate, qualification and/or ID card (where applicable) automatically added to their member account.

More Information

We train in excess of 100,000 delegates per year. For more information, please make your enquiry using the form below. The XYZ Training Group Customer Charter ensures that all enquiries are responded to the same day.

Course Availability

Available on client premises as an in-house course or at one of training venues, provided minimum delegate numbers are achieved. Whatever your requirement, simply complete the enquiry form below and we'll send you our quotation by return.

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Stress a Psychological and Neurobiological Approach
Part of our Manage Stress range of training courses

Course Information

  • Course Duration 1 day
  • Max Class Size 12

  • All prices exclude VAT. Discounts available for larger groups & for corporate clients.
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