We often need pressure to perform well. However, too much pressure, either physical or psychological, can lead to illness and emotional distress.
In this workshop we will discover how you can learn to manage and alleviate pressure by being pro-active, prioritizing effectively, managing uncomfortable conversations and conflict and more.
- How to focus on what you can control versus what you can’t
- How to take responsibility by looking after yourself and managing your workload effectively
- How to manage the expectations of others in the delivery of tasks
- A 5 part framework for managing difficult conversations
Dr. Cordelia Peel
Dr. Cordelia Peel is a medical doctor and high performance coach with a deep expertise in the management of chronic stress in the workplace. She regularly leads mental wellbeing training for Terryberry/Companion and our customers.
Director of Wellbeing
Daniel Bladon serves as the Director of Wellbeing at Terryberry, where he oversees the integration and implementation of Companion, a mental wellbeing product. Daniel co-founded Companion in 2013 with psychologist Dr. Robin Hart, aiming to support mental health through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques. In August 2023, Companion was acquired by Terryberry, highlighting its effectiveness.
Before this, Daniel co-founded the health tracking app Health Mapper, which successfully exited to Synergix Health / Doctor Care Anywhere in 2015. He is deeply passionate about creating meaningful digital solutions that help individuals cope with life’s demands, especially in the mental health and wellbeing space. His work has made a positive impact on both individuals and organizations.
Vice President of Wellness
Terryberry’s Vice President of Wellness, Tony Fox has a long history in Employee Benefits, in leadership roles from Sales to Retention and Organic Growth. Finding the intersection of employee culture and data fascinating, he’s spent many years focusing on Wellness and Employee Engagement. He lives in the northwest suburbs of Chicago with his wife, a dog, and a deep-seated aversion to ketchup on hot dogs.
Qualifies for HRCI and SHRM recertification credits.