Award-winning trainer Michael Wigge and his coaching firm CMW offer highly quality stress management seminars, training, and workshops for the employees – nationwide!
Fast facts on Michael’s seminars:
Top experienced trainer, ICF certified coach, and entrepreneur
Unique employee training based on the CMW stress management program
Interactive seminar elements
Check reviews for high success rate of almost 90%
Challenge books for all employees
Are your employees experiencing signs and symptoms of intense stress? May long hours have affected parts of your staff? Has your corporation gone through an intense process of change that may has caused stress-related symptoms to certain employees? Would you like to improve your employees’ stress management to avoid absenteeism? Certified trainer Michael Wigge and his CMW coaching team have developed an intense stress management concept for employees and managers. Clients from all over the United States have benefited by their one and two days programs to enable their staff to manage stress levels with helpful tools and techniques. The proven CMW stress management program contains a three-steps-strategy to overcome high levels of stress.
The program is based on three pillars:
Instrumental Stress Management
Cognitive Stress Management
Regenerative Stress Management
Details of these stress management seminars, training, and workshops for the employees/managers below can be found further below.
‘The CMW coaching team successfully helped our staff to overcome stress levels and find great joy in their work – thanks so much for the training’ Sandy Meyers, CPTL
Stress Management Seminars, Training, and Workshops for the Employees
CMW Training Program
The CMW program is a unique and success-proven tool to use as the core of our stress management seminars, training, and workshops for employees. Its three pillars offer the corporate employee a 360 degrees stress management to avoid and handle work-related stress.
The first pillar ‘instrumental stress reduction‘ focuses on how to better structure, set boundaries to others, how to avoid procrastination, better network, and prioritize. These aspects of instrumental stress reduction usually give employees and managers a first very helpful set of tools to balance occurring stress.
Its second pillar ‘cognitive stress reduction‘ focuses on influencing our mental cinema. How much stress may occur because of thoughts and apprehensions? Cognitive stress reduction focuses on how to turn problems into chances, how to improve our acceptance to reality, develop an inner distance to conflicts – and overall basically how to develop a positive mindset for a successful and balanced life.
Our seminars and workshops for staff and managers intensively focus on its third pillar ‘regenerative stress reduction’. Health and stress management are closely related, and trainer Michael Wigge discusses with workshop participants how to deal with workout, diet, nutrition, mindful relaxation techniques, personal breaks in between work, and their own personal interests. All these factors ad up to a successful stress management program!
The first Pillar of the Stress Management Training
Instrumental stress management usually builds the groundwork of our stress management training for the employees. We usually reflect with your staff on self- and time management strategies. How well and structured do you plan your time schedules at work? How do you structure your day in terms of self-management? Are any specific tools in use? The ability to set boundaries is another key part of this reflection. Setting boundaries at work can be seen as a huge challenge for many employees, because boundaries are often seen closely related to conflict and rejection. Our tools help your staff to better balance their own boundary settings with their personal self-management. This part of our stress management seminars, training, and workshops for employees also focus on further education. Further education can be an enormous tool for stress relief. How many further education opportunities are been used by certain individuals in your institution? What are hurdles and obstacles for your staff to avoid further education? Last but not least, this first part of our stress management training, workshops and seminars deals with the employees’ capability for good networking resources, too.
The Second Pillar of the Stress Management Program
The second pillar of the program deals with the cognitive aspect of stress reduction. Our stress management seminars, training, and workshops for the employees do give a detailed structure on cognitive effects on stress levels. Our trainers use techniques and tools with your staff to improve the acceptance of reality. How often do we feel stressed out because we simply don’t like to accept fixed circumstances. This especially plays a huge role in corporate change processes. The ability to accept the process often offers a successful start on stress reduction; throughout life, we all face many challenges that teach us the ability to rather focus on solutions than the problem itself. This ability is another helpful tool for the cognitive strength. Our stress management seminars, training, and workshops for employees offer a wide range of techniques how to constantly improve acceptance of reality as part of a successful stress management program. CEO and trainer Michael Wigge’s specialty in this field is his work on belief sentences. Negative belief sentences – somewhere hidden in the back of our minds – can lead to unused potentials, fear and stress. He works with your staff through beliefs sentences, and helps all workshop participants how to rewrite them in a positive context to overcome stress!
The Third Pillar of the Stress Reduction Program
Regenerative stress reduction rounds up the 360 degree aspect of our stress management seminars, training, and workshops for the employees. It’s essential to look at each person’s personal health situation to have a positive control on the stress level. Our seminars help your employees to better understand their diet, workout options, and health aspects of their lives related to their stress levels. Studies have shown that already an improved diet, 30 minutes walking a day, and weight loss usually lower stress management levels of 25%. If employees ad relaxation techniques to their lifestyle, already just this third pillar of our program can halve the experienced stress level! Feel free to reach out to the CMW coaching team and our head coach Michael Wigge to get more information on our stress management seminars, training, and workshops for the employees and managers.