As the importance of mental health in the workplace is increasingly recognised within organisations, the ability to boost individual resilience and well-being is an essential component part to its success. Drawing on tools and techniques from the worlds of positive psychology, emotional intelligence & CBT, this course is designed to empower staff to have direct influence over their own well-being both in and outside of work.

Ideal for individuals who want to take personal ownership over their resilience & well-being levels, to help bounce back when faced with adversity and to be more adaptable in times of change and uncertainty.

Course content to include…

  • The varying impact change can have on an individual’s well-being
  • The change curve roller coaster
  • Definitions of adaptability & resilience & their impact on well-being
  • Sharing unconscious strategies for boosting resilience & well-being levels
  • How to develop an optimistic perspective & the surprising benefits of defensive pessimism
  • The difference between a growth vs. a fixed mindset & its impact on learning
  • Employing gratitude to increase happiness levels & influence positivity filters
  • An overview on the PERMA model & positive psychology
  • Uncovering personal strengths & learning to play to them
  • Using the circle of influence to recognise what is and what isn’t within our control
  • Conversational ‘flip-it’ strategies to positively reframe negative events
  • Using the cognitive model of resilience to overcome negative outcomes
  • Adopting a coaching approach to help others to become more resilient
  • Tools to increase adaptability & boost energy levels
  • An introduction to formal & informal mindfulness practicing proven to reduce the impact of stress

 By the end of the course learners will be able to…

  •  Define resilience & why it’s important for well-being
  • Identify multiple strategies for boosting resilience
  • Use specific techniques in and out of work to increase well-being levels

 “A great course for learning how to be more resilient and deal with change.”