Incorporating Stress Reduction with Wendy Woods

Broadcast in Training

Call in to speak with the host

h:297485
s:5239021
archived
Athena Alliance Radio

Athena Alliance Radio

×  

Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Athena Alliance Radio.

Incorporating Stress Reduction for Greater Productivity, Health or Engagement

Stress is here to stay. Face it, as much as you’d like to have a stress free life, you’d be bored if you did. Stress motivates you to meet those last minute deadlines and push yourself beyond your comfort zone. However, too much constant stress, without periods of recovery, is not good for your productivity, health or engagement.  In today’s show, we examine quick and easy ways to get stress relief throughout your busy day.  No need to go to the gym or even leave your office to get back to a more effective state of mind and body.

Distinguished as a leader in maximizing workplace resilience and engagement, Wendy Woods is the Founder and Principal of her own training organization, a dynamic company empowering professional teams and leaders to increase productivity and innovation.

Wendy Woods brings over a decade’s worth of corporate training experience specializing in Emotional Intelligence, Productivity, Leadership and Stress Resilience. Wendy’s company provides engaging workshops, interactive webinars and one-on-one coaching throughout North America. Her dedication to Making the Workplace Flow and accompanying education have received international recognition from a wide range of clients including Ernst & Young, Johnson & Johnson, and TD Bank Financial Group.

Prior to starting her own company,  Wendy worked for leading Bay Street companies such as Dynamic Mutual Funds, Richardson Greenshields and RBC Dominion Securities. She earned her Honours B.A. in Psychology, an M.B.A., a Certificate in Adult Education, a Certificate in Applied Mindfulness Meditation (in progress), a license in Emotional Intelligence (MHS) and Emotional Power, and Synchronous Certificates in Design and Facilitation.

 

Comments

 comments