Living a Resilient Life
Microlearning content to support wellness at work
As organisations face disruptive and turbulent times, there is an even stronger need to ensure that your team leaders and team members are not only safe – but that they also have a resilient mindset.
Resilience is a very personal concept and one that can be learned and developed. One of the many dimensions of positive mental health is resilience. To build resilient teams, we must focus on each individual.
Teaching methods to enhance resilience signifies a move towards a prevention and strength-building model of mental health.
The solution takes a two-pronged approach
This is a forward-looking plan that nurtures and strengthens the resilience base.
This is in-the-moment capacity building, including:
• Selecting and practising personal coping techniques
• Developing tangible skills to help communicate, network and manage conflict