This course has been designed to support those who struggle to deal with the challenges of daily life. These challenges may be caused by the current COVID pandemic, or it can be the general stresses of the workplace, it may be having to work from home alone for the first time without the physical presence and support of others, it can also be in social situations or just dealing with family or friends.
Life is always a challenge, some deal with it better than others and are able to pull themselves out of the hole they find themselves in, they dust themselves off and find a quick resolution, others find it harder to get themselves out of the rut they are in. Whatever is your personal scenario, there are ways to control your feelings and emotions and create new ways of thinking.
The content includes but is not limited to:
• A personal resilience profile, which is completed online prior to the course commencement. This will show your current level of resilience. This is not shared with anyone.
• What is resilience, and why are some people more resilient than others?
• Neuro pathways and changing lifetime habits
• Visualising your past successes
• The 4 different mindsets and what challenges may impact on each
• Profiling your mindset and preferred behaviours and identifying the potential challenging areas
• Why your levels of resilience can differ in the workplace and when outside of the workplace
• Reviewing your online resilience report, what does it mean (as a group, not individually)
• The 5 contributing factors of resilience
• Traits, qualities, and characteristics of the resilient person
• 3 simple tools to use to increase your levels of resilience
• Why health is a key contributing factor
This course is primarily lecture driven, but with the opportunity to ask questions.