Emotional resilience refers to a persons ability to cope in the face of change, adversity and hardship. It’s all about having the ability to come back stronger after being knocked back by a certain event or situation in a persons life.
Lacking the ability to manage challenges, setback and adversity effectively can lead employees to feel overwhelmed; they can loose their focus, feel sad, angry or disheartened. Over time, this can lead to the development of mental health issues such as anxiety and depression.
Employees that continue to come to work despite feeling unwell are likely to have a higher rate of absenteeism, be less productive and their performance may suffer. For these reasons, managing stress through resilience training is seen as a priority for many organisations.
Developing the psychological strength needed to be more resilient to the stresses and hardships of the workplace doesn’t have to be difficult. With the right understanding of what is needed, access to the right tools and training, we can help.
Watch our short video to learn more about Resilience Training, and how we can help you make it an energising and rewarding process.
No matter your starting point, challenge or industry, our Psychologists work with you to develop the psychological strength needed to be more resilient to the stresses and hardships of the workplace.
Resilience training is ideal for organisations interested in supporting their workforce’s ability to cope with stressful situations and maintain good physical and psychological health. This course is recommended for people, teams and leaders that are faced with change, adversity or hardship, or individuals working in high-pressure or traumatic situations.
We raise awareness of resilience and teach the practical skills needed to maintain good physical and psychological health. This course includes:
Practitioner Training is for organisations that want to create a pool of in-house assessors and trainers, capable of carrying out assessments and delivering professional training and feedback to others.
A practitioner may be an existing trainer who is supplementing or reinforcing their skills or somebody less experienced. This course includes:
Any type of organisation can adopt this model. However, it is best suited to large organisations or those that have a frequent need to carry out assessments and deliver training.