Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute (JJHPI) said it launched a new in-depth training solution for managing stress, Corporate Athlete Resilience, which uses a holistic, science-based approach to managing stress to increase productivity and build resilience.
“Traditional stress-management courses attempt to minimize stress or remove external stressors, which is unrealistic in today’s 24/7 world,” Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute Senior Manager of Content Development Jennifer Lea said in a release. “But we know that stress doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Corporate Athlete Resilience helps people redefine stress – not avoid it – to build resilience and enable high performance, at work and at home.”
JJHPI has used science in performance psychology, exercise physiology and nutrition for more than 25 years to train athletes, members of the military and Fortune 500 executives to maximize their energy capacity, the release said. Corporate Athlete Resilience used that knowledge to incorporate the philosophy of interval training with stress management strategies. The program reduces burnout from stress by promoting sustainable healthy behaviors, increasing energy capacity and improving performance.
The programs offered under Corporate Athlete Resilience include a one-day course in comprehensive resilience training, a train-the-trainer program that includes the one-day course and a one-day trainer workshop and keynote presentations from the performance coaches.