Building Resilience in the Workplace
‘Fall down seven times. Stand up eight’ Japanese proverb.
All too often individuals who perform effectively under normal circumstances will dramatically derail and underperform when outside of their comfort zones or under stress. What differentiates those who adapt, recover and learn from adversity from those that don’t is the concept of resilience.
This course includes a personal ‘Resilience Report’ by JCA Global which presents a score and interpretation on sixteen aspects of Emotional Intelligence that will support your development of personal resilience.
Emotional Intelligence (EI) is a combination of attitudes and behaviours that distinguish outstanding performance from average performance. Individuals with higher EI will be better able to manage adversity, cope effectively with life’s challenges, and bounce back from setbacks.
Resilience may be defined as ‘the ability to recover from negative life experiences and become stronger while overcoming them’.
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- Defining pressure and the potential sources
- The Four Stages of Resilience: Survive, Adapt, Recover, Thrive
- How we learn to recognise our behaviours and emotional reactions
- Building personal resilience
- Personal action plan
Our team are based in Kent but operate across the UK, delivering training sessions to your team. For more information on our courses or to discuss a bespoke training programme that you may require, please get in touch.