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.
Jo has been a professional development coach and trainer for over 20 years, and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Professional Development (CIPD).
She started her career as an engineer before moving to a global pharmaceutical company, where she spent 18 years. While she was there she progressed through a variety of leadership and technical roles across HR, customer service and training.
We will send you a booking confirmation as soon as we process your email.
This will include full of your resilience course booking and also a full tax invoice.
It should hopefully give you all the information that you need but if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch, we’re here to help.
We accept credit and debit cards and also direct bank transfers.
No, there is no dress code for our resilience management courses.
Please come wearing whatever you are most comfortable in.
If you have any special needs or requirements please let us know when you book your course.
This will allow us to confirm that we’ll be able to accommodate your needs before you book the course.
Please also let the trainer know at the start of your training day so that they consider how best to make the activities and materials work for you.
No. We provide everything that you need for the training day.
The only additional costs for you will be travel to and from the training venue and accommodation overnight if that is required.
The short answer to this is no.
If you are struggling with stress and managing the ups and downs of day-to-day work then it will work well for you.
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. Others struggle more and have less natural mental agility and self-awareness.
However, everyone can improve their emotional resilience.
Building resilience, whether professional or personal 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.
The number of skills of resilience varies depends on how you categorise them.
That said the 5 key resilience skills that are often listed are: