Resilience Skills Training
”The mind is it’s own place and, in itself can make a heaven of hell or a hell of heaven” (Milton)
Mindset – focused training
Life can be hard. Bouncebackabiliity is required. Emotional Intelligence is our ability to be aware of, to manage and to regulate our own emotions. Emotional agility is our ability to move through our emotional states in ways that are healthy and productive.
This might not work
Have you the Resilience to try, and possibly fail? Standing still is no longer an option. All careers and businesses are required to evolve and adapt, to develop and grow, to continuously learn, unlearn and relearn.
Power of Yet
Your best is not a fixed state. your current abilities are not a fixed state. Having a Growth Mindset is essential for success. You can use feedback and mistakes as opportunities to learn, to grow and improve.
”The illiterate of the 21st century won’t be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn” (Alvin Toffler in 1970)
The way the mind thinks about adversity matters. How we explain obstacles, how we approach challenges – our mindset matters. Learn the key concepts in : Learned Optimism, Growth Mindset, Attention & focus, Locus of Control.
In an increasingly virtual world, we need Digital Resilience. Learning to monitor and manage against the negative outcomes and impacts of digital consumption. Practical strategies to optimise your relationship with your devices
Is key to us being optimally energised, capable and optimistic individuals. Emotional awareness and regulation, emotional agility, steps to building emotional resilience
We all think. It’s in our nature to do so. But our thinking, when left to itself, can often become biased, impartial, uniformed. Yet the quality of our life and that of what we produce, make or build depends precisely on the quality of our thought.
It has never been more important for us to be able to think critically, to be humble enough to recognise when some of the knowledge we have it outdated, and be willing to unlearn, rethink relearn new ways of thinking and doing.
Emotional Intelligence & Empathy
Learning to :
- Recognise, understand and label our emotions
- Emotion vocabulary – become more granular and accurate with how we define and describe our emotions
- Interpersonally – EI is about understanding our own and others emotions and responses
- Empathy – the ability to put ourselves in the shoes of others and see things from their perspective.
Advice & Updates on Mindset
It’s ok to be stressed, but not lonely
''I'm totally stressed'' They released new figures this week in Ireland that were worthy of radio time. Apparently stress levels here have doubled between 2010 and 2015. A debate ensured as to whether people have become snowflakes in general, or whether we should...