The maxim that you go to work and that you have to leave your emotions and worries at home does not work. People are complete beings who cannot disconnect the emotional part of our brain the moment we pass the clock card through the reader.

Every day companies are more aware of this and are involved in the emotional well-being of their employees, providing them with the knowledge and tools necessary for managing emotions. Knowing how to manage emotions reduces absenteeism from work, enhances motivation and a good work environment, increases efficiency and the organization as a whole is healthier in all aspects.

At ISDEC we have developed Workshops based on theoretical and practical learning in order to make them more effective.


They are workshops of theoretical-practical combination. They are composed of 3 theoretical sessions in different subjects related to emotional management (depending on the chosen workshop) and 1 practical session on relaxation techniques.

The objective is that through the knowledge and learning of the factors that intervene in the process of emotional well-being, tools are available to put them into practice autonomously on a day-to-day basis.


  • Reduce absenteeism.
  • Performance improvement.
  • Better work environment.
  • Prevention and reduction of stress.
  • Promotes decision making.
  • Enhance creativity, motivation and teamwork.


It is a workshop on relaxation techniques based on methods of conscious breathing and muscle relaxation.       

Relaxation techniques help us control and prevent our level of stress, anxiety and muscle tension. We learn to train a series of skills that will facilitate the control of our physiological activation and better face and manage our emotions.

The objective is to reduce and prevent muscular tension and mental tension, both for normal situations and for stressful situations.

Benefits of relaxation:

  • Reduce absenteeism.
  • Improve performance.
  • Decreases muscle and mental tension.
  • Prevention and reduction of stress.
  • Changes in motor responses (perception of serenity).
  • Changes in cognitive responses (perception of tranquility).