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TEMP TEXT By taking this programme participants will have an opportunity to understand what resilience is, what their own levels of resilience are and how to strengthen resilience in their daily life. Participants will use real-time challenges to learn to listen to their own responses to stress, create choices about how to respond to difficult situations and be able to articulate more clearly how stress or anxiety is impacting the outcome.
Building resilience will become a daily practice with new habits along with an understanding of what lends itself to positive mental wellbeing and what can deplete resilience. Participants will also be provided with tools along the way as well as a process for creating “resilience-proof” goals and projects – i.e. are the key ingredients for building more resilience into our daily life.
Participants will end the programme clearer about how their resilience is impacting their daily life and will have a toolkit to be able to deepen and strengthen their resilience whilst achieving their desired goals. Optimal mental wellbeing is vital to thriving in a challenging and uncertain world.
- Understand and map your own levels of resilience
- Learn how to utilise your stress for positive outcomes
- Make choices about your response to difficult situations
- Strengthen your resilience through new habits and practices
- Create “resilience-proof” goals and projects
All webinars will contain content, peer learning, buddy system (start in webinar 1), learning journals
All webinars will be recorded, supported by key articles, learning guide and videos as appropriate.
Content – what is resilience? What depletes our energy? What replenishes our energy?
Use a short resilience scale for participants to measure their resilience
‘Doors open Doors closed’ exercise from Positive Psychology
Outcome – to understand what resilience means for participants, how resilient they assess themselves to be, to dive into an individual challenge and evaluate their resilience
Content – how does stress manifest itself in participant’s daily lives, what happens mentally, emotionally and physically. Understand own flight, fight response, learn centring, test and review. Add in elements of mindful presence as the antidote to overwhelm. Tools offered include centring, intention-setting, unpacking what’s behind stressful situations (story, beliefs etc), mindful presence, anti-anxiety breathing. Utilise some aspects of Thomas Huebl’s work on resilience.
Outcome – help participants to recognise what stress means for them, then provide practical tools to help work through difficult situations on a daily basis.
Content – a deeper dive into habits that strengthen resilience, look back at what came up in webinar 1 and their homework – how are they self-sabotaging their own resilience. Provide some tools and tips on building resilience. Participants will work in breakout groups to clarify current habits and create new habits.
Some ideas/resources include – these will be specified after webinar 2 (depends on participants’ progress)
role of meditation in building resilience: https://siyli.org/resources/build-resilience-with-meditation
Outcome: Participants will have a range of material to help them identify new practices for building resilience, having understood more clearly what depletes their levels of resilience. They will make commitments to new habits to practice before webinar 4.
Content – what makes a successful goal/outcome/project in today’s VUCA environment – what are the key ingredients to bolster and support resilience in our daily lives. Complete the 4s resilience plan from Positive Psychology.
Outcome: Participants will bring a project or goal to this session and work with our methodology to reflect on how they can deepen their chances of success and mental wellbeing.