Do you also face stress when you return to work?

We deserve holidays or days off, we need them and we use them wisely. In one of our previous blogs, we have already dealt with the topic of holidays and their importance for the modern working person (see the blog: Why are holidays so highly recommended?)

No wonder we sometimes feel sad when our well-deserved break is over, whether it’s a vacation, an extended weekend, or just a day off for ourselves. Sometimes, however, minor grief is more akin to severe fear, and we wonder if our work is the main problem. Above all, this can happen to us after longer vacations, such as the annual ones during the summer holidays. At that time, it is wise to prepare for the return to the office and become aware of possible problems, which can be the result of trepidation and lack of certain skills training, lack of tremor management or just needing the right tools how to provide information effectively and efficiently.

In any case, we need to prepare when we come back to work. Maybe we take a day or two to prepare for work commitments and to get up to date with with everything.

One of such returning obligations are meetings, which die down a bit during the summer, of course due to the greater use of all well-deserved holidays and days off. But meetings are not just events or obligations, where we agree on something or just check the current state of the project. Meetings are opportunities to shine and reach your full potential at work. 

It is therefore important to be aware that meeting management, presentation, negotiation and the body language, that accompanies all of this, can also be made aware and trained. It is these opportunities, that are an integral part of the meetings, and they need to be seized and trained.

In this way, you can learn the techniques of mastering and the importance of body language, provide information faster and more effectively, motivate and convince your audience or co-workers and use words and pictures to attract your listeners and hold your attention. 

As we mentioned in one of the previous blogs (see the blog: ”Storytelling? ” or how you can increase the value of your words) is one of the techniques of effectively conveying storytelling information. We must also not forget the already mentioned body language, composing and presenting presentations and much more. You can learn all this with us, both before the holidays, after the holidays and in between.

We wish you a nice return to work and a successful autumn!