Change is something that you commonly have little control over. It’s coming whether you like it or not. The stress associated with change can result in organizational dysfunction and a loss of productivity. Individuals feel it. It impacts relationships. Many of today’s common illnesses such as back pain, fatigue, obesity, heart disease, diabetes, headache, depression and even cancer, are attributed to high stress levels.
Dr. Percuoco is a dynamic speaker whose message is current and relevant to our modern drivers of stress. What sets him apart and makes his message so incredibly resilient are his energetic presentations with simplified explanations of how the body works and how change causes stress that destroys your health. Dr. Percuoco will empower you to do something about it, unlocking your full potential. After all, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!
Stress is the greatest killer of all time. It is estimated that 50-80% of all doctor visits are due to a stress-related condition. Stress is a feeling that comes from a perceived threat and therefore can only be created in the mind. These threats put your body on high alert creating major changes to your physiology. High blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, cancer, obesity, anxiety and depression top the list of stress-related conditions. Destroying your health with your mind is a difficult concept to embrace but it’s exactly what you’re doing! Because the #1 cause of stress is work, there is a lot at stake. This presentation is paramount for those experiencing change and other stressful situations on the job because personal well-being correlates directly to productivity in the workplace. Dr. Percuoco explores what constitutes stress in our daily lives and the damaging effects of chronic stress on our health. He will also discuss easy to implement strategies to regain control and triumph over the damaging effects of stress. This talk could save your life!
TAGS: Change Mangement, Employee Engagement, Motivation, Health & Fitness, Personal Improvement