We live in a fast-moving world that is characterised by change, increasing demands and complexity. To successfully navigate, sustain performance criteria and thrive amongst these challenges, we need to become more resilient in our thinking, our leadership and in our approach to problem solving. In this respect, resilience is your competitive edge, your ability to bounce back in the face of adversity.
When we are under pressure, resilience is the key capability that helps us control our thoughts and emotions and sustain good health. Self-awareness is a key factor in resilient performance. Through practical discussion and instructor-led content, you will gain a better understanding of your stressors and how to manage them. You’ll learn how to increase performance and productivity in the face of organisational, team and project change, tight deadlines and additional responsibilities.
A new study that surveyed over 300 top UK businesses concluded that the key skills that employers require include adaptability (71.5%), resilience (57.5%) and being able to balance your work and personal life (29.2%).
This makes resilience an essential aspect of your personal and professional development, and your competitive currency in our global economy.
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Who should attend?
New engineers and those who lead and manage teams. In addition to anyone who wants to take responsibility for their health and performance in order to thrive and succeed in today’s fast-paced world.
How will I benefit?
Attending this webinar will help you to develop:
A knowledge of some of the predictable errors, or biases, that are built in to the way we think
A better understanding of how our brains process information
Strategies for compensating for some of the mistakes that we make