Resilience in Leadership
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Research shows your thinking habits affect how you respond to challenges and opportunities. Negative habits can undermine the success you work so hard to achieve. Examine the seven factors that comprise resilience, four practical skills that make your thinking more flexible and accurate, and five characteristics that define a resilient leader. You also find out how to model resilience. Mentor your people in resilience. And create a workplace where your employees’ resilience can flourish.
“The course taught me that resiliency is a priceless asset that, once learned, can be continually strengthened through practice. I used resiliency models to help my co-workers feel empowered, manage change and stay the course during challenging times.” – Class participant
OPM Competency: Resilience
MSL Credit Hours: 1
- Harness positive thinking and inspire excellence in other individuals
- Renew your connection to your job and organization
- Increase your ability to respond to workplace challenges
Build your resilience for optimal performance at work. You’ll discover how to become more aware of stress and pressure, and what your current resilience strategies are. Plus, you’ll gain new techniques to build your resilience in order to better manage challenges at work.
The demands of the modern working environment often call upon us to do more with less. This can challenge our performance, particularly during peak periods. This course will help you raise your awareness of stress, pressure and challenge, and recognise your own resilience strategies. Plus, you’ll gain the skills to actively integrate new techniques to build resilience and enable optimal performance at work.
Managing your energy and emotional state increases your ability to respond to stressors and handle relationships more effectively. Recognising your own thought patterns and exercising control helps direct focus and performance. Using the Resilience Roadmap, you’ll learn how to apply daily techniques that will help develop new habits and build your own and others resilience.
By the end of the Building Resilience course, you’ll be able to:
- recognise the nature of resilience, pressure and stress
- recognise how you respond to stress, pressure and challenge
- Identify how you can perform optimally
- identify the components of optimal physical performance
- Leverage your own movement, nutrition and recovery
- develop emotional intelligence
- improve working relationships
- Exercise thought control and direct focus to improve cognitive function
- commit to daily habits that lead to optimal performance.
- Science of stress and resilience
- Movement practice
- Emotional intelligence
- Relationships at work
- Cognitive function
- Optimal performance
- Flow states
- Resilience Roadmap.
Who should attend
This course is for those looking to remain optimistic, curious and motivated under pressure, and optimise their performance at work whilst ensuring well-being. It’s also an idea course for anyone interested in the science of optimal performance.