Recently, I recorded a skype interview with Chartered Psychologist, Emma Donaldson-Feilder, who led the 4-year research project into the stress management competencies. Emma gives an excellent overview and insight into this research, including the key results and outcomes. This includes an explanation about the management development intervention/workshop that was developed and tested during the research. For more on the research, reports from all 4 phases of the research can be downloaded here.
We've arranged for Emma to deliver train-the-trainer courses for organizations and practitioners who want to use this workshop in-house. For more information on this see our events page.
Just to warn you, there is a little bit of noise interference in a couple of places in the audio, but it only lasts a few seconds each time. Both audio and video versions can be found below. The first podcast below is my introduction and the second is the interview itself.
Alan Bradshaw's introduction...
Interview with Emma Donaldson-Feilder...
Last week I headed down to Newcastle to record an interview Katie Duncan, Organizational Psychologist at Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust. Northumbria was one of the first organizations in the UK to implement the stress management competencies. Katie describes why they adopted this approach, the process they followed, and the results that ensued. Below you'll find both audio and video versions. Details of confirmed stress management competencies roadshow events (mostly free) and train-the-trainer events can be found on our stress events page.
Business Psychologist, Alan Bradshaw, is a specialist in the fields of stress management and the management of wellbeing at work.