Stress Tolerance:
The capacity to endure during difficult situations with no physical or emotional problems by aggressively dealing with stress. This capacity is based on an ability to decide on courses of action for dealing with stress; a positive attitude concerning change and concerning your own ability to overcome a specific problem; and a feeling that you can manage a demanding situation by staying in control. People who have stress tolerance have a variety of appropriate responses to taxing situations and are generally calm and composed when faced with adversity.

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When the pressure is on, do you bend or do you break?


Case Studies Exercises

Scott Livingston talks about Emotional Intelligence in Leadership

-Self Regard
-Self Awareness
-Self Actualization

-Social Responsibility
-Interpersonal Relationships
Stress Management
-Stress Tolerance
-Impulse Control

-Reality Testing
-Problem Solving

General Mood