The overall impact of having less time to switch off, disconnect and recharge has led to increased levels of stress, distraction and ill health. This situation has resulted in lower levels of work-life balance, productivity and engagement.
What is Emotional Resilience?
Resilience is a process of adapting when you’re faced with adverse situation such as trauma, threats and stress. It is often seen simply as your ability to bounce back from difficult situations but that underplays the importance that building resilience plays in your life.
Resilience are the skills you learn, which enable you to firstly put change into context. And secondly assist you to transition more effectively through the challenges you experience.
What Erodes Emotional Resilience?
Resilience skills assist you to process the change, assess the problem, then accelerate through the transition. This enables you to move past the problem rather than being stuck in it.
The common factors resilience skills can assist with are career or business stress, health challenges, relationship impacts and financial hardship.
The Resilience Roadmap will assist your teams too
- Gain clarity on purpose so that you can work towards your goals
- Relieve stress naturally
- Grow confidence so that you can take action to support your goals
- Use decision making to accelerate action
- Connect authentically
- Empathetic communication