A resilient individual tends to be optimistic, flexible, adaptive, and copes with challenging circumstances. A resilient team buffers its members against the adverse effects of stress and helps minimise known risk factors. Leaders who foster resilience can expect their people to better maintain good mental balance and productivity, even in times of disruption and adversity. Delivered by a qualified psychologist and experienced practitioner - this intensive half-day is ideal for leaders who want to develop a high performing team, in a change environment.
The following topics will be covered:
- what is individual and team resilience and why does it matter?
- understanding the physiology of stress and why people cannot think clearly when stressed
- factors that promote team resilience
- risk factors that reduce team resilience
- the relationship between leadership style and team resilience (FF model)
- a leader’s gate-keeper role in protecting team resilience
- characteristics of a mentally healthy workplace
On completing this course you will have:
- a deeper understanding of resilience and why it is important for you and your team
- practical strategies to promote resilience within your team
- an understanding of your role in promoting the resilience of others in your workplace
- identified ways to enhance your leadership style to foster resilience in others