Tag Archives: Stress

Team Building with Improved Team Dynamics (Full Day)

Team Dynamics

Team Dynamics

Capacity Trust offers full day team building using the MBTI to facilitate the growth of the team and to improve team dynamics. This workshop commences with the same content as the half-day team building workshop. The second part of the MBTI program is customized depending on what the team needs and the key issues they are currently facing.

It is also an opportunity for team members to share insights and personal strategies that they are already working on and are committed to implementing. Prior to the workshop the Capacity Trust team surveys the team members and managers to identify the particular challenges the team is facing.

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Psychology at Work – Reduce Stress by Checking Email Less Frequently

Checking Email

Checking Email

Every so often we come across some research in Psychology that is applicable to the general public as well as the work situation in particular. Whenever such information comes across our desks we intend to publish it here on the blog. So keep checking in to see the latest groundbreaking information that could make you life so much better.

Starting off we found some research about email. Email is part of our daily lives. It used to be confined to the computer when you had to log in to receive email. It “lived” in a restricted space.

Nowadays email have permeated nearly every aspect of our lives. With smartphones and tablet computers email is everywhere and is a considerable source of stress.

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

At Capacity Trust our aim is to improve the overall effectiveness of organisations. As part of our services we offer counselling services to individuals and groups either privately or in an organisational context. In the first of a series of posts on psychological conditions that may hamper your effectiveness we will have a brief look at PTSD.

After one has experienced a traumatic event, it is normal to feel frightened, sad, anxious, and disconnected. But if the emotions don’t fade and you feel stuck with a constant sense of danger and painful memories, you may be suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In this article we review what is PTSD is, the signs and symptoms, risk factors, treatment etc.

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