Coaching for stress control: the balance you need for better performance at work

We have become accustomed to living in a constant state of stress, assuming that it is the natural way to live. The reality is that our mind and body are constantly alert 24 hours a day, which can trigger various unwanted diseases. Fortunately, we can change this naturally.

Nur Garriga

Coach, Therapist, Facilitator, Trainer and

NLP Advisor and Healer at Shamanic Healing

Coaching in stress control is presented as a fundamental space to recover balance and well-being, both on a personal level and in the work environment. This approach provides the necessary tools to face complex situations in a healthy way, allowing people to feel more focused and prepared to carry out their work responsibilities in a conscious and balanced way. Stress at work is a common concern in today’s world. Constant pressure, high expectations, and job demands can lead to a variety of problems, from burnout to decreased performance and health. This is where stress management coaching becomes an essential tool to maintain a healthy balance and successfully face work challenges.

Identify the triggers that cause this situation with stress control coaching

Stress management coaching begins by identifying specific sources of stress in the work environment. Whether it’s overwork, lack of support, strained work relationships, or lack of time for yourself, understanding what causes stress is the first step toward controlling it.

Once the triggers are known, the coach works with the individual to develop effective coping strategies. This may include time management techniques, assertive communication, relaxation techniques, or approaches to setting clear boundaries at work. Helps people see stress as an opportunity for growth and learning rather than a threat. This changes the relationship with stress and reduces its negative impact.

Why is stress management coaching an ongoing process?

The coaching process is continuous. The coach and individual work together to monitor progress and adjust strategies as necessary. This ensures solutions are effective as work circumstances evolve. By learning to manage stress effectively, people can unlock their true potential and achieve a balance that allows them to approach their work responsibilities in a more productive and focused way. This process of optimizing potential not only translates into greater personal well-being, but is also reflected in more balanced and effective work performance.