Stress is one of the greatest harmful factors experienced by employees in today’s workplaces, and is something that can vastly impact an organisation financially. With this in mind, resilience is an extremely important skill for individuals to possess in order to help alleviate these effects. Through increasing their resilience, employees can actively manage their reaction to, and experience of, stressors as well as recovery from setbacks, both in the workplace and outside.
This informative and practical one day workshop will provide participants with a thorough understanding of what it means to be resilient. It will also provide them with a valuable toolkit of methods to help encourage individual resilience to cope, and bounce back from, stressors.
By the end of the session participants will:
- Understand the meaning of resilience and the key characteristics of a resilient person
- Know how to apply a range of techniques to build personal resilience in both work and life
- Understand the underlying thought processes that can impact personal resilience
- Know how resilience manifests in the brain and how this impacts behaviour