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20 Videos (3h 15m)
    • DWS - Introduction

      2:01
    • DWS 1.1

      7:17
    • DWS 1.2

      10:45
    • DWS 1.3

      9:26
    • DWS 2.1

      7:23
    • DWS 2.2

      8:58
    • DWS 2.3

      14:23
    • DWS 3.1

      8:29
    • DWS 3.2

      16:42
    • DWS 3.3

      3:31
    • DWS 4.1

      15:38
    • DWS 4.2

      7:27
    • DWS 4.3

      14:44
    • DWS 5.1

      11:59
    • DWS 5.2

      15:29
    • DWS 5.3

      12:51
    • DWS 6.1

      3:22
    • DWS 6.2

      12:26
    • DWS 6.3

      9:40
    • DWS - Conclusion

      1:59

About This Class

Pressure can be positive when it is energizing, motivating and rewarding, but when it gets too much, goes on for too long or there are too many pressures, it can do harm - it can cause stress. This can have an adverse effect on our health, well-being, relationships, quality and quantity of work and other aspects of our lives. This course has been designed to help you understand the nature and causes of stress and help you understand what needs to be done to keep stress at bay. 

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Dr Neil Thompson

Expert in human relations and well-being

Hello, I'm Neil. My focus is on helping people maximize their learning. I base my approach on the three Ps: People | Problems | Potential. Where there are people, there will be problems, but there will also be potential. I help individuals and organizations to tackle those problems and realize that potential.

I am a well-published author, an international conference speaker and a sought-after trainer and consultant.

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