Why do you want resilient employees in the workplace?
The pre-pandemic world of work was already dynamic, unpredictable, and increasingly fast-paced. Enter a global pandemic and it’s as if these qualities were amplified. Employees had to adapt to new ways of working, new technologies, and new environments. Resulting in increased uncertainty and stress. Looking at the news headlines, it doesn’t look like the challenges of the 21st century are becoming less.
The power skill that has quickly become invaluable for anyone in this new world of work is resilience.
A resilient employee is more likely to stay motivated, calm, and solve problems amidst difficult times. They have a growth mindset and will seek out learning opportunities – which help them adapt to changes.
Resilient workers are also less susceptible to burnout, they experience better mental health, are less absent, and generally perform better than their colleagues who are not resilient.
Building a resilient workforce
Resilient employees contribute to organisational resilience, which in turn nurtures a culture of resilience. Giving your teams the tools and resources to develop their resilience will have a ripple effect on your organisation.
We offer bespoke resilience workshops catered to your company or organisation (see form on the right)
You can also join us on one of our open workshops to see it for yourself (register on the right).
How is this course structured?
Because resilience is the result of maintaining a well balanced and holistic approach to your well-being, each of the 5, three-hour sessions, will look at strategies to build resilience on 5 levels:
- cognitive - 3 August 2022 (09:00 - 12:00)
- emotional - 10 August 2022 (09:00 - 12:00)
- spiritual - 17 August 2022 (09:00 - 12:00)
- social - 24 August 2022 (09:00 - 12:00)
- and physical - 31 August 2022 (09:00 - 12:00)
Themes include the importance of managing self-talk, self-regard, emotional intelligence, and strategies to build the various domains of resilience aimed at strengthening one's ability to cope with challenges, crisis, and change.
3 August ‐ 31 August 2022 @ 9:00 am ‐ 12:00 pm
Online/virtual Virtual learning experience | 15 CEUs
R4 455.00 (Incl. VAT)Register
Who should attend?
Any staff member including managers/supervisors who are seeking deeper ways of developing their own resilience during changing and challenging times, and who would benefit in helping their own staff to build resilience.
DISCLAIMER: Online courses or programmes are intended to broaden the knowledge of psychology professionals but do not constitute a formal qualification. The completion of any course or programme does not license any person to practice outside their official scope of practice. Professionals should be registered with the HPCSA to perform any psychological act.