Building Resilience…

Interested…attend our workshop on 30th June

Are you facing daily challenges and need to improve your ability to cope with current and future tasks? Building resilience is an important tool for leaders, teams and individuals to equip organisations to deal with the challenges ahead.


Like a spring that bounces back to its previous shape and size, psychological resilience is…

      “the ability of an individual to bounce back to a previous state of normal functioning after experiencing pressure without negative effect”

Do you feel under too much pressure to cope with the stresses or strains of modern day life?

The CIPD Annual Survey 2014 reported that:-

  • 2 out of 5 employers have noticed an increase in mental health problems.
  • 2 out of 5 employers state stress related illness has increased over the past year.
  • 1/3 or employers who reported an increase in stress related illness are not taking steps to address it? Are you one of those employers?

Many of the drivers of stress are work, children, caring for parents, the recent recession, impact of the 24/7 technology to name but a few. Of course we are all motivated and therefore stressed by different things. Knowing what your stressors and energisers, puts you in control!

Using Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®), Building resilience explains the impact of personality on how we respond and behave under pressure, with this we can explore the natural processes that individuals go through when operating under stress.

There are a number of pragmatic strategies that you can put in place to manage stress and increase your resilience. We have been working with organisations to raise awareness of resilience and in particular working with leaders, teams and individuals to recognise how they can become more resilient.

There are simple steps you can take…

To find out how MBTI® can help attend our introductory resilience afternoon workshop on 30th June.

Venue: De Vere Venue, Cheadle House, Cheadle, Cheshire, SK8 3FS

Contact  places limited.

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