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The Science of Stress: Finding The Sweet Spot For Your Company

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83 percent of Americans report workplace stress. It’s a real issue. Stressed out workers report higher medical expenses and are at risk for leaving your company.

But what if we shared some evidence-based insights that stress actually drives productivity up?

This presentation by Stacy Shaw Welch, PhD and Henry Albrecht, CEO of Limeade explores:

- The science behind stress and anxiety in the workplace
- The sweet spot — optimal stress levels for individuals and workforces
- How to foster a culture and environment that builds productive stress

Publicado en: Salud y medicina
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The Science of Stress: Finding The Sweet Spot For Your Company

  1. 1. The science of workplace stress Stacy Shaw Welch, Ph.D with Henry Albrecht, Limeade CEO
  2. 2. Today’s speakers Stacy Shaw Welch, Ph.D Henry Albrecht, Limeade CEO
  3. 3. Agenda
  4. 4. We’re stressed 83% 52% 57k
  5. 5. Cost of stress 60% of lost work days can be attributed to stress 75-90% of visits to healthcare providers are due to stress-related conditions (increasing employer healthcare costs)
  6. 6. How we’re dealing with stress
  7. 7. The economy of stress Homegrown approach │ Clinical care │ │ Interactive media │
  8. 8. What is stress? Stress is a demand | | | The natural pattern of human behavior |
  9. 9. The body’s stress response system “Fight or flight” response | | Stress response in our body | | |
  10. 10. “ “ No one reaches peak performance without being stressed, whether an athlete or an office worker
  11. 11. Finding the sweet spot of stress We need the stress system “on” | | | When stress system is “off” it negatively effects us at an individual & environmental level
  12. 12. Yerkes-Dodson human performance curve
  13. 13. Healthy stress system
  14. 14. Stress symptoms - physical
  15. 15. Stress symptoms – emotional
  16. 16. Stress symptoms – cognitive
  17. 17. Short-term vs. long-term stress Short-term (acute) stress | | Long-term (chronic) stress | | | | Short-term (acute) stress is usually not harmful Harmful to the body and contributes to a range of health problems
  18. 18. Chronic stress
  19. 19. “ “ The most dangerous thing that “ can happen is that you drop into a mode of permanent activity. When you permanently check your smartphone to see if there are any new emails it leads to you not finding any rest whatsoever.
  20. 20. Be mindful
  21. 21. Stress in the individual vs. environment Both affect each other | There is no silver bullet | Wherever you start is good
  22. 22. Limeade & stress
  23. 23. We all want happy employees
  24. 24. Get in touch