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Interventions to develop resilience

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In a fast-paced world facing complex global challenges, resilience skills are no longer desirable – they’re crucial.

But where do you start? And how can you tell what will make a genuine longer-term positive impact on your people’s wellbeing?

We are more than professionals, or colleagues, or workers, we are people and people matter to organisations. We have to nurture our minds, look after our emotional wellbeing and build our resilience.

Resilience is defined as the ability to maintain personal wellbeing in the face of challenge and is an important personal attribute for all workers. It has been identified as a skills gap which has been magnified by the pandemic and cost of living crisis.

This is increasingly alarming as resilience can have an impact on emotional and psychological wellbeing, and consequently helps reduce the risk of employees experiencing burnout.

Burnout is a state of emotional, physical and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged work-related stress. It usually occurs when you feel overwhelmed and unable to meet constant demands.

Resilience helps workers manage stressful situations, promote positive mental health and essentially supports them in providing a high quality and consistent service.
Where staff resilience is poor, there are often more problems with sickness absence, slow working and ineffective communication.

TIFs training courses are suitable for anyone looking to improve their ability to cope with challenging personal or professional situations and bounce back from hardship and adversity.
We will explore the capabilities, skills, and self-care practices that contribute to building resilience. We will develop resilience skills for workers, so they are ready to meet both professional and personal challenges.

Content includes:
• Understand what is meant by resilience and how it can support personal and professional development.
• Recognise some common barriers to resilience and how to manage them.
• Recognise the five pillars of resilience, which are: emotional wellbeing, inner drive, future focus, relationships and physical health.
• Understand how to improve self-awareness and create personal development plans.
• Know how to use a range of techniques and tools that will help to develop resilience.

Having a high level of professional and emotional resilience enables workers to thrive in the face of stressful situations at work, and in life in general.

Cost of a training session for 12 people starts at £395 for a 3 hour session.


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