Working Through Stress: Practical Tips for Performing Under Pressure


The Working Through Stress: Practical Tips for Performing Under Pressure webinar will take a deep dive into how you can develop skills to combat the serious negative impacts of stress at work. Dr. LeLeux-LaBarge, an organizational psychologist and executive coach, will build your insight into how your brain responds to stress and share practical steps for handling workplace stress to maintain a high caliber of performance, decision-making, and executive presence. This webinar will also explore the journey of finding work-life balance, and what that balance might look like for you. Relevant examples of how professionals have successfully built their stress management skills and improved their performance will be shared.

You will leave this webinar with a greater understanding of how stress affects you and a toolbox of practical tips for managing your stress at work. With these insights and skills, you will be equipped to be a high performer, even when overwhelmed at work.

Participants Will Learn

  • Better understand what stress looks like in the body and mind when stressed at work.
  • Gain insight into how stress deteriorates or relationships and performance.
  • Explore the concept of stress management and finding work-life balance.
  • Learn practical cognitive, emotional, and behavioral skills for managing overwhelm in the future.

Who Should Attend

  • Training and HR professionals
  • Independent consultants
  • Managers delivering training


Kayla LeLeux-LaBarge, PsyD is a highly skilled organizational psychologist and executive coach at Equilibria Leadership Consulting. Kayla received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Georgia Southern University.

Kayla believes that with awareness and willingness, we have everything we need within us to be our best professional selves… it just takes commitment and hard work. She has a strong research and assessment background and is a well-published author, with publications in the fields of positive psychology, resiliency, clinical outcomes, and stress-related challenges.

Connect with Kayla at LinkedIn.

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