How to Encourage Personal Resilience in Times of Change
1 hour 30 minutes
Learn how to help employees identify the difference between change and transition and the emotions associated with them.
Dealing with constant change events and the transitions that follow may seem to have become a way of life for many of us. When we feel that the change is good for us we welcome it, embrace it and move on. When we believe that the change will have a negative impact, we are not so fond of it and may experience a negative reaction to it. We all know that change can be accompanied by stress. When that happens, our emotional and physical well being can suffer and in turn, our work and private lives can be negatively impacted. This is likely what is happening with your employees. What’s needed in times of change and stress is the ability to adapt and develop resilience. This topic will help you better understand the correlation between change, transition, and resilience.
• You will be able to review change and transition.
• You will be able to define resilience, adapt and stressor.
• You will be able to discuss resiliency and beliefs.
• You will be able to describe how to encourage personal resilience.