Building personal resilience
Start Date: 21 Feb 2018
Start Time: 6:15 PM
End Time: 8:00 PM
Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes
Venue: John Leggott College West Common Lane N. Lincs , Scunthorpe, DN17 1DS › View map
A recent Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development study has highlighted the impact on business of mental health distress in employees. The study found that:
- 37% of sufferers are more likely to get into conflict with colleagues
- 57% find it harder to juggle multiple tasks
- 80% find it difficult to concentrate
- 62% take longer to do tasks
- 50% are potentially less patient with customers/clients.
The study also found that, for the first time, stress is now the major cause of long-term work absence.
This session looks at the concept of resilience and how we might build our levels of resilience to support ourselves during times of adversity and stress. Offering insights, activities and discussion.
You will leave this event:
- Knowing a little more about how to take care of your own resilience levels
- With tips for what to do if members of your team are showing signs of potential distress
- Understanding the key drivers for organisational resilience.
Michelle specialises in helping Leaders, Managers and Professionals to build successful careers and to turn around personal and/or team management dilemmas, strongly believing that we all have the right to feel happy and fulfilled at work. She has held Operational Management, Learning and Development and HR Business Partner positions. Michelle understands first hand, the challenges of leading in tough times, through organisation restructure, managing employee morale, and the effects change can have on bottom line performance. Working with individuals and organisations from a variety of sectors, Michelle marries her professional expertise with a warm and pragmatic approach.
Michelle also writes for professional magazines and is a featured coach-contributor on the Abintegro Career Portal used by many FTSE100 and Education organisations
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