Building resilience matters – more than ever
The Coronavirus has created great uncertainty and profound anxiety for many workers. It has also prompted tunnel vision in which people may, understandably focus only on the negative in the present rather than focussing on solutions within their control now and in the future. Building resilience really does matter, click here for more.
Information is often unavailable or inconsistent so people feel unsure about what they or anyone else really knows. Behavourial science points to an increased need for transparency, guidance and making sense out of what has happened at this time. Resilience levels may have dropped considerably during this prolonged spell of uncertainty and fear.
At such times the team leaders words and actions can help to keep people safe; adjust and move forward through uncertainty – recalibrating and building team resilience.
We have designed these two learning programmes to support mangers to build resilience for teams and for individuals.
To meet learning needs we have divided our on-line offering into two. A programme for managers and one for individuals. See details below. Both workshops utilise the concept of bouncing back, self regulation and the amygdala hijack. All our on-line programmes are carefully designed, with a minimum of 3 flipped classroom micro-learning sessions; follow up coaching and on-going internal learning action sets to ensure that change takes place back in the workplace.