Supporting individuals, teams and organisations to boost their resilience, wellbeing and performance.
“The capacity to manage the everyday stress of work and remain healthy, rebound and learn from unexpected setbacks and prepare for future challenges proactively.” Kathryn McEwen, Resilience at Work Scale
We want to support people to flourish at work but the constant pressures we often face in the workplace can lead to stress that is counter-productive to delivery, collaboration and wellbeing.
Our resilience fluctuates through our lifetimes. We are all different in terms of what boosts or drains our resilience. Put simply, by understanding what makes us tick, we can support our wellbeing by doing more of the things that energise us and reducing, or rationalising, the things that don’t.
We work with the Resilience@Work (R@W) model, designed and developed by Australian Psychologist and resilience expert, Kathryn McEwen. The model breaks resilience down into 7 key areas. These can be developed individually or together in order to boost overall resilience.
These areas include understanding your strengths and values in order to achieve meaning and purpose in your life; maintaining a healthy perspective and challenging limiting beliefs; developing supportive relationships and improving your physical health and wellbeing.
Completing the R@W individual, team or leader questionnaires will help you to understand your own resilience better.
We then use the results in coaching, group training workshops or team development days to explore each area in more depth and identify actions for change.
We can offer our Building Personal Resilience workshop in-house, as an open programme or as a one-to-one coaching programme.
We use our Insight Organisational Resilience model to understand your organisation’s strategic approach to resilience. Do your working practices, policies, procedures and culture support individuals to be the best they can be?
If you have bespoke needs or are interested in team building workshops, please get in touch!