Resilience is the ability of a person to adjust to adversity, maintain their equilibrium, hold on to some sense of control over their environment and move forward in a positive manner. Some people cope with stressful situations better than others, mainly due to being more resilient. These people thrive whilst others around them crumble under the pressure. But the good news is that resilience is not a fixed entity and isn’t something that a person is blessed with, or not. It can be taught, and the workplace is an ideal place for people to learn to build their resilience.
What will you learn in this course?
- Learn how to develop resilience
- Implement 10 techniques to become more resilient
- Learn the 6 pillars of resilience framework and their implementation during and post COVID-19 era
- Address what inhibits resilience; identify and understand your self-sabotaging beliefs and patterns
- Identify and change thought patterns to change behaviour by using Positive psychology methods
- Learn techniques to reduce chronic stress
- Increase emotional awareness and develop skills for emotional self-management
- Identify when we are stressed and its causes; why and how it occurs?
- Implement time management practices to overcome episodic stress
- Understand the four types of stress that may exist in our lives
- Identify the causes of stress and its symptoms both short and long term and apply techniques to help stay calm in stressful situations
- Implement personal plan to develop mental toughness, resilience and overcome stress
Who is this course for?
This practical Resilience and Stress Management course is for anyone who would like to rapidly reduce their stress levels and learn more about what stress is and how to manage it. The course will help you to truly understand your individual response to stress and make the right choices to create a balanced and happy life and is particularly valuable to all of us who lead busy lives in the Middle East.
- Face to face or webinar
- Group discussions
- Individual and team activities
- Individual test
- Case studies
- Practical activities
- Role plays
- Small projects
- Video recording/play back
- Individual action plans