This webinar will explain the traditional relationship between pressure, tension and stress as it can be seen in human and social systems. The participants will haver the opportunity to understand how stress is created in NFP Organizations and in their professionals, and how to develop strategies to reduce its frequency, severity and crippling effects.
- A simple model of systemic stress development
- A self-diagnostic tool
- Four general strategies of management: physical, emotional, social and spiritual.
- Several specific strategies for each general strategy
Gilbert Brenson-Lazan is a social psychologist, psychotherapist, facilitator, coach and educator. He has been a pioneer in Latin America in transactional analysis, brief systemic therapy, organizational facilitation, transcultural communications, stress management and disaster and crisis intervention. He is the author of twenty-nine books and is Founder and Managing Partner of Amauta Internacional, LLC, organization dedicated to optimizing the efficacy of processes of organizational transformation, with offices in Bogotá, Colombia and West Hartford, CT., USA. He is currently dedicated to executive team coaching and mentoring, OD Consulting and writing. He was a founding member of the Change Facilitation Associates Network, an Associate Director for Latin America and the Caribbean for the Global Leadership Alliance, Co-Founder and Past President of the Global Facilitator Service Corps and International Vice-Chair of the International Association of Facilitators (IAF). He has done ninety-seven presentations and workshops in national and international conferences since 1974.