Resilience


In recent years, the emergence of resilience as a concept for senior leaders and those performing in high functioning jobs has incorporated emotional intelligence, spectrum of varied cognition, effective management styles and work life balance.

Resilience is the ability to not only 'bounce back' from adversity, but also to move forward positively. Put another way, it is the ability to not only survive but thrive. This is relevant not only in times of crisis, but is valuable for dealing with the day-to-day challenges of life and adapting to change.

Ford Health addresses the following key components when building resilience within your leadership team:

Organisational resilience

When we consider resilience in a workplace setting, we need to look at what contributes to organisational resilience, as well as factors that build the resilience of individuals.

Ford Health can work with your addresses the following factors that contribute to organisational resilience:

  • Community
  • Competence
  • Commitment
  • Communication
  • Consideration
  • Culture

Personal Resilience

Positive emotions have been shown in numerous studies to contribute to improved wellbeing and better capacity to cope.

Ford Health can work with your staff to address the following factors that contribute to personal resilience:

  • Healthy thinking
  • Healthy feelings
  • Healthy behaviours

For more information contact Ford Health directly



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