Stress and Burn out
- Do you feel overwhelmed and don’t know how to set your priorities?
- You work a lot but you can’t be satisfied with yourself?
- Do you feel that work takes up a disproportionate share of your life?
- Are you exploding over nothing or have you become very sensitive to colleagues’ remarks lately?
- Are you getting more and more tired and have trouble sleeping properly?
In the face of performance injunctions from companies to employees, in the face of scarcer resources and because of our emotional investment in work, stress is now – and unfortunately – an integral part of our professional life.
While stress in small doses is a good stimulant, the danger is that it can become chronic. The person no longer goes through the recovery phases necessary to restore balance. Work becomes omnipresent and exhaustion lurks.
React before it’s too late ! The sooner you pay attention to the stress signals sent by your body and seek help, the sooner you will be able to put new habits in place to preserve your life balance and your health.
Is a coach the right person to accompany me ?
There are two possible scenarios:
- You are showing signs of stress but you feel you still have enough resources in you to turn things around ;
=> the coach is an effective ally who can give you tools for stress management and who will also offer to work on the origin of your stress.
- You are feeling stressed, tired and on edge ;
=> you need to go and see a doctor who is used to accompanying states of exhaustion and stress. Coaching is for later, when you have recovered and you want to think about the changes you need to implement.
How to work with a coach on the prevention of your professional stress?
- Identify the symptoms of your physical, emotional and intellectual stress
- Knowing when your body is entering a resistance phase and when you’re about to become exhausted
- Identifying situations that stress you and taking a step back
- Learn how to protect yourself, set your limits and have them respected
- Better manage your schedule and priorities
- Become aware of your relationship to work.