Resilience: What it is and what it isn’t.
Constantly “busy” and tech connected, working more hours, juggling family and work, sitting too long at your desk, eating on the run? Sound familiar? More than ever before the word “resilient” is coined to describe those who are coping and those who are not.
Productivity may have increased exponentially but so have our stress levels. Ongoing stress may lead to mental health issues, chronic health problems, decreased motivation and energy and eventually burn out. How can we cope better with daily pressures and deal more effectively with unexpected adversity at work and in our home life? Resilience is so much more than “bouncing back.” Moving forward despite adversity can be learned.
Join professional ICF Executive and Life Coach, Karen Freedman for a face-to-face individual debrief and on-line training series on resilience or an intensive virtual or group seminar process to address the following questions:
Prior to training, participants will have the opportunity to fill in an on-line Resilience Questionnaire (the PR6-Resilience Scale), an evidence-based diagnostic tool for assessing levels of resilience. You will learn about the neuro-science behind resilience, how resilience can be learned and come up with strategies to counter the effects of constant pressure and stress in your life.
After completing the Questionnaire, you are given the opportunity to participate in self-paced on-line training in resilience to further develop your own unique response to pressure and stress in your life and helping those around you.
Alternatively, you and your team can sign on for a 12-month intensive training program with personalized assessments of individuals, assessment of team well-being and team resilience workshops over time with your coach.