sildenafil helvetica;”>(Washington, DC)Training Services On Demand (TSOD) provided a Stress Management SmartSession™ mini-seminar for the U.S. Forest Service’s Ecosystem Management Coordination Team in Washington, DC. TSOD’s Stress Management training program includes everything team members need to implement healthier, more productive lifestyles, at home and at work. Beginning with an exploration of worry, anxiety, and tension, participants learn both the positive and negative aspects of various stress categories. By graduation, team members have mastered more than 24 proven techniques for mitigating stress, and identified methods for coping with conflict, change, and deadline pressures. TSOD’s SmartSession™ mini-seminars deliver distilled, high-impact seminars in a short timeframe suitable for use in conventions, conferences, and business retreats.
The U.S. Forest Service’s Ecosystem Management Coordination Staff supports and manages planning and decision making processes used by the Forest Service to manage the lands and resources of the National Forest System and delivery of services to the American people. The United States currently has a system of 155 national forests, 20 national grasslands, and 222 research and experimental forests, as well as other special areas, covering more than 192 million acres of public land. The Forest Service has evolved into a 30,000 employee agency that manages the national forests for a number of multiple uses, including recreation, timber, wilderness, minerals, water, grazing, fish, and wildlife.