The cost of uncontrolled stress to American business is over 300 billion each year as a result of drug and alcohol abuse, absenteeism, medical expenses, excessive turnover and lost productivity causing decreased effectiveness on the job. The World Health Organization has described stress as a “worldwide epidemic.” Managing stress saves money and increases the quality of life and productivity for employees. Meditation and emotional intelligence programs are being taught at prestigious business schools and organizations to give individuals the tools they need to healthfully survive these demanding times.
In this session attendees will be both educated and motivated. We will identify the problems prolonged stress causes and how meditation and emotional intelligence can reduce costly reactions to stress. In this session a variety of experiential tools and techniques will be introduced and practiced so that attendees can immediate put into practice.
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