What is Resilience?
Resilience is usually defined as “the positive capacity to cope with stress or adversity”. Resilience in the workplace refers to an employee’s ability to cope with the various challenges of the modern workplace: learning new technology, organisational change, downsizing, mergers, increased workload, budget pressures or deadlines.
Research has shown that resilience is “the single most important factor in determining whether a person is successful, satisfied and happy” (Shatt, 2008, The Resilience Factor).
Building resilience also reduces stress and lessens the risk of depression and mental illness. Research by the Black Dog Institute (a mental health organisation) shows enhanced resilience leads to a “significant improvement in job satisfaction, productivity and retention in the workplace.” Provide your employees with the resilience training and skills they need to perform at their best.
Life and work can throw challenges, stress and situations that drain and deplete us. In this course, using the most up to date neuroscience research and proven self-management techniques people learn how to manage themselves through stressful situations, and keep their resilience tank full.
Whether you find yourself in a constantly high-demand role, are going through organisational change, or you have adversity in your personal life, this course provides you with powerful and simply applied techniques to help you weather the storm and manage your own personal mindset and come through the other side.
In this resilience training course participants develop the capacity to withstand and adapt to life’s challenges, by providing a simple range of activities to boost positive mood and manage negative emotions.
It shows how the brain, body and emotions are linked and how people can change the way they feel to create an upward spiral of positive emotion that increases resilience.
Learning Outcomes – Resilience Training Course
After completing this course participants will have learned:
- Create every day tools and strategies for your mind, body and environment that allow you to bounce back from adversity.
- Understanding the 4 A’s model of resilience
- Apply the 4As Model to help you manage your emotions and dispute negative thoughts.
- Understand how to increase the duration and intensity of our peaks.
- Understand how the brain, body and emotions are linked so that you can change the way you feel and increase positive emotions.
- Understand the influencers of happiness with the ‘happiness pie’ and be encouraged to embed intentional activities to increase happiness.
- Gain a range of proactive and reactive resilience strategies.
Hot response first aid training can tailor programmes to suit your requirements, please http://www.hotresponsefa.com.au/contact-us to discuss further.