Resilience at Work Training. We’re so thrilled to be partnering with national charity to pilot a brand new course designed to develop happy, resilient teams. Combining resilience and happiness is a smart move, as research demonstrates (think Shawn Achor, Sonja Lyubomirsky, Tel Ben-Shahar & co). We know that happy, resilient teams are able to perform more effectively, recover from failure more quickly, feel more motivated and be way more productive. But why?
Why Resilience at Work Training?
We know that the world is changing at an unprecedented rate and organisations are struggling to build resilience at the same pace. Building resilience in the workplace helps us to maintain agility and manage that change.
Resilience at work training and stress management
Stress and resilience are closely intertwined. During this 1 day course we examine the latest research linking stress, resilience, emotional intelligence, positive psychology & performance. We utilise tools for managing stress on a very practical level examining the link between work, pressure, performance, wellbeing & resilience. We look at how to respond positively to the pressures & demands of working life and identify opportunities to thrive. The course takes a deep dive into recognising the importance of building resilience within a complex and uncertain world.
Resilience at work training and learning from failure
Resilience at work training also helps us to learn from failure, to bounce back more readily and recover when things don’t work the first time round. In our resilience at work training we combine the latest research from the field of resilience with positive psychology and emotional intelligence to create an effective toolbox of strategies and practices.
Resilience at work training: Why happiness ?
We know that happier employees are more productive (and more profitable). Studies show happiness at work may be one of the most important success factors in the today’s workplace. Happiness at work can be considered one of the 3 most important sources of happiness in life. Think of how much time we typically spend at work and that makes perfect sense. Happiness at work is also one of the best antidotes to stress. When we’re stressed at work it can be caused by the way we feel about being there rather than our actual workload. We know from studies that increasing employee happiness reduces absenteeism and staff turnover so it makes perfect sense to include research from the field of happiness into a course like this!
We deliver bespoke Resilience at work training in-house and open courses offering 1 day, half day, bitesize training sessions along with conference speaking. We’re also currently researching the impact of mindfulness and compassion on leadership resilience. To find out more about our research or our resilience at work training contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our events page http://positivechangeguru.com/events-2/