Resilience

Start date: 28-02-2020

End date: 29-02-2020

Time: 09:30 - 17:00

Location(s): Virtual or in-person

Next Date: 28-02-2020

Our Workshops

Resilience

Flex your cognitive, emotional and behavioural response to adversity

This half or 1-day workshop is designed for people managers and their teams who want to develop resilience, both personally and collectively in a workplace context. It introduces the concept of resilience and uses a framework to build personal, team and organisational resilience. We focus on exploring individual or team response to adversity, workplace pressure and stress, drawing on situations identified by participants. Our attitudes and beliefs lie at the heart of resilience, so we focus on the thoughts and feelings that drive behaviours during difficult or challenging situations. We end by considering personal goals and supports that help ensure the most appropriate response to adversity.

“While many factors affect the development of resilience, the most important one is the attitude you adopt to deal with adversity. Therefore attitude (meaning) is the heart of resilience”

Michael Neenan and Wendy Dryden, 2009

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      What you will learn on this programme

      • Definition and the key building blocks of resilience
      • How to build personal resilience including development of a personal resilience plan
      • Use of mindfulness to build mindful practices that support you when you’re anxious or stressed
      • Understand team resilience and how managers can support teams to build and stay resilience before, during and after challenging and uncertain times
      • An organisational approach to resilience, identifying positive and negative work pressures and how they impact it
      • Organisational supports that build workplace resilience through lens of individual, leader, team and wider organisation, especially during periods of volatility and change

       

      Details

      ½ or 1 day workshop delivered virtually or in-person

       

       

       

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