Stress Management

Stress Management

 

Dr Rozana Huq’s Solutions to Stress MasterClass™

Whether we like it or not, the pressure of global competitive market and radical changes in work patterns have had serious implications with regards to stress for organisations and people.

Recognising this problem, Dr Rozana Huq, carried out an independent research regarding stress at the workplace.  One participant commented: “Stress is something that makes us physically and mentally ill” – Senior Manager of a Manufacturing Company, UK.

According to Health & Safety Executive statistics, there were a total number of 440,000 cases of work-related stress in the UK during FY 2014/15 which amounted to 9.9 million lost working days. Stress accounted for 35% of all work-related ill health cases and 43% of all working days lost due to ill health. The main work factors cited by respondents as causing work-related stress, depression or anxiety were workload pressures, including tight deadlines, too much responsibility and a lack of managerial support.

Why Coaching?

Stress can be a major cost to organisations.  The danger of prolonged stress can lead to severe job dissatisfaction, ill health, poor relationship, job burn-out and even nervous breakdown in employees!  Very often, stress can be a result of the combination of work and personal life.

Dr Rozana Huq realised there is a gap in the market with regards to this and designed a holistic coaching programme offering Solutions to Stress MasterClass™.

Through her excellent coaching skills, Dr Huq helps people to understand their stress triggers, how it can affect their lives in a negative way and teaches powerful tools and techniques to manage stress.

One-to-one or team coaching available.

How will coaching benefit?

Stress can affect people in different ways at different times.  When demands exceed control and people have no support, stress can create havoc and it becomes difficult to manage.

Dr Rozana Huq’s Solutions to Stress Masterclass™ teaches people powerful and practical ways to gain balance and control at work and these skills are transferable in personal life.

By taking a holistic approach and offering a number of solutions to help people manage stress, Dr Huq opens up numerous paths for participants to look for possibilities and find their inner strength.

 

 

BOOK YOUR FREE CONSULTATION TODAY

Dr Rozana Huq can offer you a 30-minute FREE consultation to help you determine what is the best course for you and answer any questions you may have.  Please fill in the contact form.

WHAT CLIENTS SAY?

Rozana Huq has made an important contribution to the subject of employee empowerment. This book includes insights from employees and managers of small and large enterprises, highlighting both the positive and negative aspects of employee empowerment and providing rich examples of people and situations. This book will be of value not only to academics, but also to practitioners of both small and large enterprises who may wish to implement or improve employee empowerment.

Professor Adrian Wilkinson, Director

Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing, Griffith University, Australia.

Dr Rozana Huq’s new publication is a delight – it is scholarly yet clear. The essential elements of changing managers from ‘cops-to-coaches’ are laid out thematically, and given a depth and richness in examples and the actual words of those who are already empowered – the chief executives, elite chosen senior managers – and those who are not – the factory floor operatives and call centre workers…. The book not only fills the gap in such grounded empirical research, it also provides information and important references for those intending to follow in her wake, with a section on qualitative methodology which introduces potential researchers to the intricacies of investigating the world of business management.

Roz Goldie BSSc, MA, PhD, CPA.

Roz Goldie Partnership (UK)

I was impressed with Dr. Huq’s book and plan to recommend it to my current class. I will also add it to my readings for next year. My December column in the Industrial Safety & Hygiene News magazine, which has 70,000 subscribers, features Dr. Huq’s book in the context of the safety profession… My students are typically mid-career safety, health and environment professionals. They are challenged continuously with trying to implement employee-based safety and health programs. Dr. Huq’s book is the first I have seen that focuses on the reasons employee-based safety programs have so much difficulty being adopted…I have been asked by the school to develop a Leadership Practicum, which will be required by all students in order to graduate. I plan to include Dr. Huq’s book as required reading for the Practicum.

Dr James E. Leemann, PhD

Clinical Assistant Professor, Tulane University, USA

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