How do you manage yourself under pressure? Are there times you get hijacked by your emotions and find it hard to deal with setbacks? How good are you at dealing with change?
Resilience is all about having the ability to adapt, deal with change constructively and bounce back from adversity. While some people are naturally more resilient that others it is something that can be learnt.
This session focuses on helping you respond positively to the pressures and demands of work and take specific steps in building your personal resilience.
Take away: Action planner for i-resilience profile.
- Gain insight into the relationship between work pressure, performance, wellbeing and resilience
- Explore your natural strengths and how to manage what pushes you into a less resourceful state
- Understand the skills and techniques that underpin the behaviours and attitudes of highly resilient people
Who should attend?
Managers and staff at all levels.
A bite-sized session for up to 15 people.
She has over 25 years’ public and private sector experience in the UK and abroad. She started her career in scientific research and then worked in a number of academic and business environments.
Her previous roles included co-founding a training and consultancy partnership that focused on developing leaders and managers in private and public sector companies and as a consultant to head up learning and development for the Bermudian Civil Service.
She joined the UK Legal Services Commission in 2000 where she became Head of Learning and Development, leaving them in 2013 to join Maximum Coaching as Lead Consultant.
Elizabeth’s clients include 10 Downing Street staff, the NHS, Royal Museums, various housing associations, Eurostar, BNP Paribas, S&P Global, Performing Rights Society, London Business School, De Lage Landen, BIG Lottery Fund, UK Power Networks, Trainline, Pearson, Ceres Power, Société Générale, House of Fraser, London Borough of Hackney, British Council, London Waste, Coty, Electricity North West, Fortem, London Executive Offices, Nestlé, Stevenage Leisure, the British Council, EUSAPharma, The Wine Society, etc, etc, etc.
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