The best work is challenging. Our resilience training workshops provide practical strategies, tools and tips that help leaders, managers and teams cultivate greater resilience so that they can respond well to all the challenges and opportunities they meet in their work.
Coming from the Latin word resilīre, meaning ‘to spring back’, resilience is the ability to bounce back during times of adversity. Because difficulty comes in all shapes and sizes, resilience is needed both in times of severe trauma and when small frustrations and difficulties begin to add up.
Our approach to resiliency is that first and foremost, it can be taught. It may be tempting to think that resilient people are simply made of tougher stuff. But the truth is that those who respond well under stress and demonstrate mental agility do so as a result of a particular strategies. Our resilience training workshop will teach you to practice these strategies in ways that are contextualised and appropriate for your own work.
Our method for cultivating resiliency is holistic. We know that being resilient at work is not the result of any one strategy. Our training sessions, therefore, teach leaders and teams how to build resilience by cultivating a host of strategies that use their bodies and their minds. Participants will pick up physiological tools from breathing techniques to hydration, nutrition and posture that support greater resilience. But because we know that resilience is not just the product of being physically well-fuelled, but also feeding the way you think, you’ll also learn how thought patterns impact resilience and how to pick up mindsets that will help you respond well in the face of risk and adversity.
Participants will leave this resilience workshop with:
- A deeper understanding of resilience theory;
- A host of diverse, practical tools that can be used when work is particularly challenging;
- Greater self-awareness; and
- A personal plan for embedding greater resilience in their own work.
If you’d like to find out we can support you in developing greater resilience, get in touch.