How do you respond to setbacks? How resilient are you? Resiliency is our ability to respond to stress and challenging situations. Join this interactive workshop and learn the elements of building resilience, positive ways to respond to stress, and how to re-frame challenging situations as an opportunity.
This workshop spends some time discussing resiliency in the face of COVID-19 and its impact including lockdowns and isolation.
Who should attend?
- All are welcome!
- People looking to achieve better results at work
- People looking to achieve personal resilience
- Identify the elements of building resilience
- Develop positive ways to respond to stress
- Re-frame challenging situations as opportunities
- What is resilience?
- Current environment
- Building resilience
This workshop can be delivered virtually or in-person. It makes a great learning workshop for an organization’s professional development day, conference, or team-building event. It can be customized to meet your needs.
Duration: 3 hours
What participants in this workshop are saying…
- The facilitator was exceptional and the level of interaction from the participants as well.
- Being able to share our thoughts and concerns with other people who are in the same situations as us.
- I like that everyone was so engaged in the workshop.
- Carole is an amazing facilitator. The workshop was well organized and provided great material to take away. This time during the pandemic was great for this type of workshop.
- I really liked the presenter’s positive tone and her positive reinforcement and appreciation for everyone’s views. There was lots of really great information shared and a variety of activities to engage you and make you think. And the people who were part of the group were open and positive, too.
- I really enjoyed the opportunity to connect with others about the challenges facing everyone and how we are responding to stress in similar ways. Knowing we are not alone in our feelings and reactions is comforting. The identifications of stressors was helpful as well, showing some areas that I wouldn’t have thought about as contributing to my stress levels.