Resilience Skills Training

Inner strength in the face of inevitable change.

Change has never happened so fast, and it will never happen so slowly again.

Resilience is required to accept and be adaptable in the face of change, and to bounce back from the inevitable failures that change brings. Have you the resilience required to adapt in the face of change, to remain flexible in an uncertain world, to navigate challenge and upheaval?

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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. Your best is not a fixed state. Don’t be defined by what you currently can and can’t do. 

Our approach to Resilience training is research and data based, with a practical focus. 

Cognitive Resilience

The way the mind thinks about adversity matters. How we explain obstacles, how we approach challenges – our mindset matters

Emotional Resilience

Is key to us being optimally energised, capable and optimistic individuals. Emotional awareness and regulation, emotional agility, steps to building emotional resilience

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

Personal Resilience Toolkit

Using all you have learned to create a practical and useful toolkit of resources and practices that works for you

Advice & Updates on Resilience

Resilience is .. getting others to paddle with you

Resilience is .. getting others to paddle with you

We live in societal times that promote the notion that ‘paddling your own canoe’ is a good idea. ‘If it’s meant to be, it’s up to me’, we positively affirm to ourselves. Resilient people, however, understand the power of asking for help. It is an act of courage, not...

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Digital Declutter – a worthwhile activity

Digital Declutter – a worthwhile activity

Digital Declutter - why we need it    We are a ‘’digitally caffeinated culture’’ suffering from ‘’techno exhaustion’’.   Can you believe that less than 15 years ago the following things didn’t exist: smartphones facebook apps We lived in a world where we...

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It’s ok to be stressed, but not lonely

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...

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