Build resilience in your staff and your organisation
How do you galvanise staff when an extra push is needed – but you don’t have the resources to hire more people?
How do you acknowledge and offer recognition for the hard work of your team, when raises and promotions are not on the table at the moment?
How do you take good care of your team and help them develop the skills to take good care of themselves?
More than education, more than experience, more than training, a person’s level of resilience will determine who succeeds and who fails. That’s true in the cancer ward, it’s true in the Olympics, and it’s true in the boardroom.
– Dean Becker
How do you compete in a world where employee loyalty is at a premium?
Even without a huge budget, even without a complete hierarchy overhaul, your company can:
- Send a strong signal to employees that their wellbeing matters
- Offer recognition to employees for their hard work and effort
- Start a company-wide initiative, at little cost and requiring no structural change
- Guide employees unobtrusively so that they can personally find what works best for them
- Nudge, instead of nag, people into adopting healthier habits, both for their physical and their mental health
- Start an all-important conversation about what makes people tick: where do they get their motivation, how do they replenish their energy
- Reap the rewards of better employee wellbeing, through higher motivation and engagement, higher productivity and higher creativity
- Foster a sense of community by demonstrating that the company cares for its people
- Decrease turnover and burnout by giving employees the skills they need to cope with the demands of today’s fast-paced workplace, and by empowering them to implement positive changes in their life.
Resilience is the ability to bounce back – sometimes just once, from one negative event. Sometimes repeatedly over a longer period of time, for example when you’re weathering a recession. It has very clear economic implications for companies and organisations.
In other words, the impact of resilience is directly visible on the bottom line.
And resilience can be learned. It is a skill that can be improved and increased with targeted and effective training.
HayesCulleton has developed a proprietary model including original resources to help your team cultivate Resilience. This model has been successfully tested and implemented with teams, audiences and organisations.
With HayesCulleton’s Resilience organizational development package, we work with you to develop each person and give your team the tools they need to face the challenges of the modern workplace.
→ How to ward off cynicism by changing perspective
→ How to overcome overwhelm by practicing resourcefulness
→ How to make the case for exercise and finally get people moving
→ How to stop playing whack-a-mole and reduce distraction by cultivating focus
→ How to embrace the “soft skills” that are crucial in today’s workplace and acknowledge the importance of affect
→ How to move beyond outdated ideas of “pushing through” or “toughing it out” and find effective ways to recharge.
Susan HayesCulleton’s trademark energy and hard-won wisdom combines with hand-picked, highly relevant, actionable content from HayesCulleton’s exclusive archives, to deliver a high-impact workshop with magnified follow-through.
Your team will gain awareness of the importance of cultivating resilience, will learn practical tools that take just a few minutes to implement, and will be supported over time to practice the skills that will give them more energy at work.
Get in touch with HayesCulleton now to discuss your needs and create your custom content solution.