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In the one-hour session, understanding how to develop personal resilience and applying the skills is broken down into manageable series of steps.

Resilience refers to the robustness in individuals, teams and organisations. It enables them to perform consistently in times of unexpected or high demand. The ability to ‘bounce back’ ensures continuity and give a critical strategic advantage to the business, and also helps protect employees. Organisational resilience starts with, and relies on, the robustness of every member of staff. Resilient organisations demonstrate high employee morale, respect for the individual, and employee involvement at all levels. People feel more empowered and included, they are better at problem-solving, are more creative and they tolerate the uncertainty of change better.

Resilient organisations demonstrate high employee morale, respect for the individual, and employee involvement. People feel more empowered and included, they are better at problem-solving, are more creative and they tolerate the uncertainty of change better.

Resilient individuals feel more in control, suffer less from the negative effects of stress, and are more proactive in the face of unexpected demand and/or challenge. The skills of personal resilience are learnable and easily integrated into daily habits. Becoming more resilient is made simple by the accessible style of presentation.

This one-hour webinar provides an overview of how to develop personal resilience. It encourages insight and personal resourcefulness by introducing attendees to the concept of resilience.  It offers guidance backed by practical steps on how to develop greater personal resilience, both psychological and emotional.

Contents of How to Develop Personal Resilience

    • Resilience is built on learnable skills
    • Factors and attitudes in personal resilience
    • The value of social support and interaction
    • Life as a learning process
    • Transforming demand into challenge
    • Celebrate successes
    • Develop goals and a sense of purpose.

Objectives

An understanding of the learnable aspects in personal resilience

Insight into developing resilient habits at work

Understand how to maintain morale in the face of adversity

Key ideas on how to develop personal resilience.

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