Stress: a bitter, hot or sweet spice of life?

If you shake a tree, you have to be close to pick the fruit from the ground. “

Mary Cassatt, American painter

Who is the seminar for?

Everyone who works in complex, demanding and stressful conditions and wants to manage them better through more efficient self-management.

What will the participants learn?

Participants will understand what stress is, become aware of the sources and symptoms of stress, and will practice techniques for preventing it and coping with it.


1 day (8×45 minutes)

Work methods

The emphasis is on practical work in groups (workshop-type of teaching), with a high degree of interactivity. During the two months after the seminar, participants will:

  • need to implement the assignments given in the seminar in their daily private or business practice
  • get reminders of the task, relevant articles, web links and the like
  • have one free phone or email consultation with the coach.

What is stress: a bitter, angry or sweet spice of life?
What are the sources of stress?
Assessment of stressful situations
How we react to stress?
Can we prevent stress and how?
In what ways can we increase our resilience to stress?
How do we deal with stress and how can we improve the reaction?

LECTURER: Ms Ines Bezjak Kožnjak

Ines Bezjak Kožnjak is an expert in the field of human resources management. She has many years of experience related to employee development projects of a multinational company. She is also educated in the field of transactional analysis and successfully applies the acquired knowledge both professionally and privately.

As a certified trainer, she hosts trainings for professional development of employees and has been enabling her students to strengthen their own potential for many years. She also lectured at the conference “Women Drivers of Change”. She is the author and editor of a multimedia book on stress management, in the context of organization, people management and personal stress management.
Her area of professional interests is the development of human resources, especially the locked potentials that each person has and that have to be found and unlocked.