|Delivery:||Live online & in-person workshops|
|Price:||Courses from £395 + VAT|
Our one-day resilience training course will teach you how to keep smiling and making progress while you deal with the inevitable challenges that work brings.
By the end of this course you will have learned:
You will return to work with a personalised resilience plan. This will detail exactly how you will make lasting improvements to managing your stress, and ensure that what you learn is translated into an enduring change in the way you deal with stress.
You will find that having improved your resilience skill set, your working day will become less stressful, more productive, and much more enjoyable.
This session gives you a good understanding of what stress is, what stress isn’t and how stress impacts your well being.
This session looks at practical methods you can use to manage your stress.
In this session, you discuss with the trainer exactly how you will implement the tactics and strategies that you have learned on your return to work.
The aim is to ensure that you are 100% clear on how you will use what you have learned in your specific situation.
We will send you a booking confirmation as soon as we process your email.
This will include full details of your resilience course booking and also a full tax invoice.
We accept credit and debit cards and also direct bank transfers.
No, there is no dress code for our resilience management courses.
No. We provide everything that you need for your resilience training.
The only additional costs for you will be travel to and from the training venue and accommodation overnight if that is required.
Resilience is the ability to tolerate and recover quickly from difficult situations and psychological hardship.
Resilient people are able to cope with challenges and recover from setbacks more quickly than others.
Resilient people are not dreamers. They experience life’s difficulties in the same way as others. However, they are able to look through their current stress and focus on the future, not allowing their stress to overwhelm them in the moment.
For more details see our article: What Does Resilience Mean & Why Is It Important?
This course is for anyone who struggles with stress and managing the ups and downs of day-to-day work.
Telltale signs that this course would work well for you include frequent or habitual:
1. Feelings of stress and being out of control.
2. Catastrophising when things don’t go well.
3. Perfectionism and black and white thinking
4. Jumping to conclusions and taking things personally.
5. Focusing on the negative.
Resilience is a learned skill.
Like all things in life, some people are naturally resilient people and bounce back from setbacks easily. Other people struggle more and have less natural mental agility and self-awareness.
However, everyone can build resilience and improve how they handle stress and bounce back from failures.
Developing emotional resilience, whether personal or professional resilience, requires a good knowledge of the tools resilient people use (for example positive psychology and focusing on positive emotions) and also how to apply them.
Different people categorise resilience skills in different ways.
That said the 5 key skills that are often listed as building resilience are:
These skills are key development areas (so called “pillars of resilience”) in any leadership development program.
Having the self-awareness to control your thinking patterns is critical to personal resilience.