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The art of regulating stress
The term stress is generally recognized and associated with unpleasant experiences. Nevertheless, well-regulated stress reinforces our motivation, stimulates the energy we put into our actions and accompanies our projects.
- How to distinguish healthy stress from harmful stress?
- When does it become dangerous?
- What are the 3 main signs to look out for and how to recognize them in myself?
We spend more than a third of our lifetime at work. Let’s become owners of our well-being in our workplace. Together, we and the company have a role to play in this process.
During this workshop in 2 parts, we will first hear from Ramona about her testimonial on burnout and how she navigated the waters of what she calls “the myth of wonder woman and its impact on society”. Veronica will then help us look at stress in the context of scientific studies and compliment this with some simple exercises applicable to everyday life.
Veronica Catapano Bostock – Holder of a university degree in International Economics, of an M.B.A. and with knowledge of 4 languages, she has worked in 6 international companies among the largest ones in the world as Head of Finance. “I lived personally and daily all the challenges that modern lifestyle imposes until I asked myself how to overcome all this while preserving my overall well-being and integrity”. Sophrologist experienced in the management of anxious states, founder of VivreSophro, Veronica offers coaching sessions based on Sophrology and Laughter Yoga techniques for corporates and individuals (adults, teens and kids).
Ramona MacLean – After 15 successful years in international marketing, in the beauty and IT markets, she was forced to review her priorities due to a burnout. Now, she shares her story on how she transformed this episode of her life into an opportunity to know herself better, to learn to listen to her body and to enjoy life more fully, by doing more of what makes her heart sing.
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