The ability to recover from setbacks, embrace change and grow in the face of pressures and threats.

Building resilience in your organisation

Resilience and wellbeing go hand-in-hand in the workplace. Looking after your employees’ wellbeing and providing support to build and develop resilience will help them to cope with challenges, adapt to change and improve work performance.

“Resilience isn’t a personality trait – it’s something that we can all take steps to achieve” (MIND)

We’ve developed a resilience workshop providing tools and techniques to enable people so they understand exactly what it is, why it matters, and how to build personal strategies to thrive in an ever changing workplace.

Our resilience workshop

  • Provides a greater understanding of how both personal and work related issues impact on personal resilience and performance
  • Enables participants to identify and create strategies that can be used to recognise their strengths
  • Improves personal resilience to maintain wellbeing and work performance under pressure

So, how do we achieve that?

  • Improving self awareness – recognising our ‘hot buttons’
  • Understanding the impact of others on our resilience
  • Recognising the impact of our perceptions and emotions
  • Learning from our past experiences to develop our resilience levels
  • Recognising negative thoughts and their impact

Using a framework of tools and techniques, we can show you how to create that all important bounce-back factor in your organisation, improve individuals’ resilience and create strategies based on strengths they’ve already got.

Developing resilience as a fundamental part of your wellbeing culture can help provide positive outcomes for both employees and the organisation, not only in proactively managing stress and providing appropriate support, but also reduced sickness absence levels, and employee engagement.

Would you like us to help your organisation?

If you’d like to know more about creating resilience, we’d love to talk.

Call us on 01928 726969, or email