In our fast paced world, the workplace demands more and more from us. Being strong in the face of challenges and bouncing back from setbacks is all in the power of a resilient mindset. This workshop will equip team members with the tools they need to safeguard their own physical and psychological wellbeing and build resilience.

Max 12 participants
100 mins


On your business

  • Increased employee effectiveness – building resilience at work means employees are better equipped to deal with the challenges of day-to-day work, reducing burnout and stress related illnesses that may result in time off work or reduced productivity.
  • Improved retention – employees who feel confident and able to cope with the natural stresses of their job are more likely to remain in their role.
  • Improved company culture – by facilitating a much less reactive working environment, company culture and employee satisfaction is enhanced.

As a result of this workshop participants will

  • Identify the connection between resilience, stress, and wellbeing.
  • Understand the biology and psychology of how resilience can win out over stress.
  • Use proven processes to strike the balance between healthy stretch and unhelpful strain.
  • Apply instant techniques to feel immediately stronger in specific challenging situations and improve resilience at work.
  • Build a more resilient mindset to be fit in the face of curve balls work life may throw at them.

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In a fast paced, ever-changing world, the workplace demands more and more from us, and being resilient at work is becoming ever important. Being strong in the face of challenges and bouncing back from setbacks is all in the power of a resilient mindset. However sometimes we need extra techniques to bolster our resolve. This workshop will equip participants with the tools they need to safeguard their own physical and psychological wellbeing by building resilience at work, therefore ensuring they have the tools to face the day-to-day challenges.

The workshop will explore the science behind what challenges our ability to feel strong in the face of adversity. By understanding the biological and physical responses to threatening situations, participants can quickly identify and respond to their reaction signs sooner rather than later. The self-awareness gained from this facilitates a much more considered response, ensuring challenges are navigated in a smoother, less reactive fashion. The skills learnt from this can then be applied to help both themselves and their colleagues to apply practical techniques to build and maintain resilience at work both in the moment and long term, leading to a much calmer and less reactive working environment.

Who will benefit?

Team members working together

Team members

looking to safeguard their wellbeing and better cope with the day-to-day challenges they experience at work by building their resilience muscle.

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looking to find better and more sustainable approaches to dealing with stress and building resilience within the workplace.

Quick, bite sized approach to learning. Interactive without being awkward.

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Engaging, interactive, resourceful.

Resilience participant

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