Think of a deeply rooted tree, how it stays strong and bends in the wind rather than breaking well this is exactly how having a resilient workplace works.

Unfortunately, due to the modern way of living we may have lost our way a little on how to keep ourselves resilient, we tend to be firefighting and coping. Training is key in ensuring that all levels of the workforce understand resilience, how we can take personal ownership in impacting our own resilience and intern how this impacts our lives as a whole.

We live in a very diverse time, at any moment the world around us can become unstable. Having a resilient workforce is key to a platform to success but what is resilience? Think of a deeply rooted tree, how it stays strong and bends in the wind rather than breaking well this is exactly how having a resilient workplace works.

Resilience is an individual’s set of behaviors that we use when we are responding to and coping with stress, adversity, and an unstable environment. In order for the workforce to thrive, achieve and stay motivated through these times we need to ensure we are resilient. Resilience also can create a preventative to ill mental health, the relationship breaks down and an unengaged workforce.

This is what a resilient person could look like;

Holding positive views of themselves and their abilities

The capacity to make realistic plans and stick to them

Having an internal grounding

Having high emotional intelligence and managing emotions effectively

Viewing themselves as vulnerable rather than victims

Being a good communicator

We build our resilience training to suit each work place, level of staff, specific to job role and work place objectives but below are the following areas it will include. This training will be delivered in an innovative interactive way, with take away knowledge and a real skill set to work on.
  • Neurological chemicals and their impact on resilience
  • The key to resilience in a modern world
  • Prevention to ill health and stress
  • Relationship boundaries
  • How can we thrive rather than cope
  • Resilience and tech