February 2018 BHRA Luncheon

February 13, 2018
11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
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Conley's Resort
740 Pittsburgh Road
Butler, PA

You may believe that Stress is a useful motivator, when it pertains to your employees accomplishing their tasks. However, it is only useful if they are adept with the ability to be able to decrease it as well. If left uninhibited, Stress will erode your employees’ disposition, productivity, and eventually their health. In turn it may lead to: conflict amongst coworkers, low morale, increases in errors, poor work performance, frequent absenteeism, and higher health care costs. According to an article in Harvard Business Review; health care expenditures at high-pressure companies are nearly 50% greater than at other organizations, 60% of workplace accidents are attributed to Stress, and more than 80% of doctor visits are due to Stress. 


Even though Stress can drain your workforce and your company's resources, its negative influence can be decreased through the development of awareness with stress reduction techniques. Stress Management educates your employee group as to the origin of tension, as well as empower them with the ability to release it. 


Join Debra Myers, certified Stress Management Consultant from the Psychological Cooperative of Malec, Herring and Krause. 

In this presentation we will explore:

*The 3 Main Ways Stress Negatively Impacts Your Employees 

*The Differences Between Healthy and Unhealthy Stress

*How Stress Management Techniques Reduce Stress

*An Introduction to the Skills that Decrease Stress 


Debra has educated individual clients and corporations about stress and anxiety-related disorders, for the past 10 years. Because of the recovery of her own health issues, she has successfully guided others on how to transform their physical/emotional pain and tension. Her Unwrapping Stress™ programs for Stress Management and Sleep Management informs and instructs participants on the function of Stress; what fuels it as it manifests into tension; and how they can develop the skills to “unwrap” it!