Resilience at Work

Resilience at Work

Fostering team and individual resilience

This program will help leaders maintain psychological wellbeing and improve the performance of individual employees and teams by fostering a culture of resilience.

With increasing volatility and uncertainty in most organisational environments, the ability to bounce back from adversity has never been more valuable.

The program is facilitated by a highly experienced executive educator with a particular interest in the psychology of leadership performance and development.

Key highlights

Learn how to use leadership styles that promote resilience

Develop practical strategies using evidence-based theory to build a resilient workforce

Provide effective support to employees as they navigate adversity in the workplace

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  • 2 days
  • 2–3 December 2019
  • Macquarie University Sydney City Campus
  • $3,600.00
  • Wallet points: 6

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You will learn to:

  • Better understand what resilience is and how it can be strengthened or diminished
  • Learn how to provide effective support to employees as they navigate adversity in the workplace
  • Identify elements of their current work climate that may be undermining resilience
  • Adopt leadership styles that promote resilience
  • Develop a clearer understanding of your own resilience and identify strategies to build and maintain it.

Who should attend

This program is designed for:

  • Team leaders and middle managers
  • Human resource and organisational development professionals
  • Anybody working in adverse environments where stress is common

What you'll learn

Day 1

  • The science of resilience and understanding common myths
  • Mindsets: restrictive and growth mindsets and their impact on resilience
  • How to conduct an audit of your current organisational environment and identify ways to provide the most effective support to employees
  • What it takes to be emotionally, physically and mentally strong

Day 2

  • Leadership styles and their impact on resilience
  • Developing self-efficacy in self and others
  • Practicing resilient leadership through activities and feedback
  • Action planning and strategies to take back to work

Meet your facilitator

Rose Trevelyan

Rose Trevelyan

Dr Rose Trevelyan

Rose Trevelyan (PhD) is an executive educator who works with organisations across Australia to develop leadership capability. She graduated from Cambridge University and after completing her PhD at London Business School she moved to Australia. She has worked with top business schools to develop and deliver MBA courses in leadership, change, corporate culture and strategy implementation.

Rose has a deep interest in how leaders promote high performance through creating positive environments, how leaders think, and how they develop. Her programs are designed for experiential or action learning and have a strong outcomes focus.

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