"Stress management" was very popular a few years ago. It's a very good skill to have. Stress Management helps you deal with the ebbs and flows of your working and personal life. Last week we finished the rollout of stress management for a large logistics company.
The HR Director was delighted as the workplace is a little more calm. People are not flying off the handle as much as before. The HR Director even remarked that she’d noticed her customers are a little more relaxed too even though the customers didn't attend the training. I'd imagine that calm is contagious.
So why don't more organisation run stress management anymore? In my humble opinion they have favoured more positive words like "positive culture" and "optimism" etc.
I'm sure we'd all like to have a positive outlook more of the time. But what do you do when a few stressors hit you? What tools do you have at hand to keep the stress in check?
I hope stress management comes back into vogue. It’s probably our best program. Here is a course outline https://www.preftrain.com.au/training-courses/stress-management.php
Why don't you pilot a half day course for a few of your people and see if you can permeate calm throughout the organisation and reduce the stress.