e-lerniq series

Managing Workplace Anxiety

Manage your anxiety before it manages you. 



Session Duration

2.00 hrs

Course Level 

Admin Professionals
Individual Contributors
New Managers
Management Staff

Typical Participants

Employees from all professional backgrounds who are interested in managing their anxiety. Managers who are interested in supporting their staff through difficult times.

Language of Delivery



Certificate of Participation

Managing Workplace Anxiety

The course will provide you the important skills and resources to recognize and manage workplace anxiety. You will be better suited to the challenges that the workplace can bring.

What do Participants Learn in this e-learning
Managing Workplace Anxiety

As a result of participating in this e-learning managing workplace anxiety session, participants will be able to: 

  • Explore different types of workplace anxieties;
  • Learn to recognize symptoms and warning signs;
  • Determine ways of coping and managing problems;
  • Recognize common trigger and accelerants;
  • Learn the difference between anxiety and common nervousness;

Managing Workplace Anxiety Course Content

  1. Common Types of Anxiety (social anxiety, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, phobias);
  2. Recognizing Symptoms in Others (avoiding social situations, difficulty in accepting negative feedback, difficulty focusing on tasks, irrational fears);
  3. Coping Strategies (keeping a journal, power of positive thinking, having a “me” place you can go, establishing attainable goals, talking with friends and family, getting enough sleep, eating well and exercising, begin small and building up to larger challenges);
  4. Don’t Avoid the Situation (it’s okay to make mistakes, accept the situation and move on, avoidance can cause a cycle of anxiety, identify the trigger);
  5. Differences in Anxiety and Normal Nervousness (it runs along a spectrum, anxiety can happen without a cause, the length of time symptoms last, it’s an exaggeration of normal feelings);
  6. Physical Symptoms (rapid heartbeat, panic attack, headache, trembling or shaking);
  7. Recognize the Positive Aspects of Anxiety (it alerts us to danger, improves self-awareness, can be a great motivator, and prevent mistakes);
  8. Common Anxiety Triggers (uncertainty or fear of the unknown, holding in feelings, public speaking/speaking up, trying to be perfect);
  9. When to Seek Extra Help (feeling overwhelmed, physical changes, unable to work or function, panic attacks).