Written with business wellbeing in mind, our course in Resilience Training will help you:
Grow the morale and effectiveness of your workforce,
Energise the workplace, and
Refocus company priorities
It achieves this by providing onsite resilience training programmes that not only improve resilience but also - through a blend of theoretical perspectives, practical advise and workbook based discovery - employee engagement and teamwork.
How resilience, stress and pressure relate to each other,
Assessing individual resilience, mental toughness, strengths and weaknesses
Understanding your strengths and how to develop your own and your team's resilience
Basic resilience skills and the building of a resilience plan
Why Choose This Course
In this current climate we’re being asked to increase productivity and do more with less resource. We face unprecedented financial decline and growing demand for services. New concepts of delivery, different relationships with partners, and responsibilities with less boundaries, regulatory uncertainty, and tighter time constraints mean we need exceptional resilience skills to achieve performance and bounce back quickly from adversity and setbacks.
This course will benefit those from organisations going through periods of change or with an increase in demand and pressure, and everyone who wants to develop greater levels of resilience in the workplace. It’s highly interactive and practical, and raises participants’ awareness of the resilience and mental skills they already possess - an MTQ48 online assessment will be carried out in advance of the day, to assess individuals’ ability to withstand pressure in a range of environments. You will also learn how to expand and incorporate these and other resilience skills into your everyday roles.
Our acronym that supports resilience
B = Bad times don't last. Things always get better.
O= Other people can help if you talk to them. Get a reality check.
U = Unhelpful thinking makes you more upset.
N = Nobody is perfect - not you and not others.
C = Concentrate on the positives (no matter how small) and use laughter.
E = Everybody experiences sadness, hurt, failure, rejection and setbacks sometimes, not just you. They are a normal part of life. Try not to personalise them.
B = Blame fairly. How much of what happened was due to you, to others and to bad luck or circumstances?
A = Accept what can't be changed (but try to change what you can first).
C = Catastrophizing exaggerates your worries. Don't believe the worse possible picture.
K = Keep things in perspective. It's only part of your life.
"Really informative session with a passionate & knowledgeable trainer. I feel I have learnt masses and really value the content and the benefits I know I will get from this. Thank you."
- D.H. Housing Officer
Duration of course: One Day
All our attendance certificates are professionally printed and endorsed by our provision awards.
Cost: £550 per course excluding VAT
Price is based on a group of 12 Students, with a £55.00 charge for each additional student. The maximum number of delegates is venue dependent.
If you would like to know more about this course, then please fill out the form to the right. Enter your contact details and your query in the message box and click on send - our trainer will then get in touch.