Wellbeing & Resilience – Helping Leaders Perform At A Higher Level

In a disruptive, pressured and fast-paced world full of change, the ability to spring back, recover and go again is critical.


Mental fitness and personal resilience is the capacity to maintain well-being and work performance under pressure, including being able to bounce-back from setbacks effectively. Our natural resilience is a combination of personal characteristics and learned skills – but most importantly the quality can always be developed whatever an individual’s starting point; and in times of change and growth it’s becoming increasingly important for individual and business performance.


We help on a number of key elements of wellbeing, resilience and inner game psychology to support your leaders and managers. This includes:

  1. Self-awareness – Understand the context of the challenges you face and know what resources you will need. Self-awareness is realising what you are experiencing and responding in kind with both body and mind.
  2. Emotional Intelligence – Realise the personal impact you have on others and understand how that connection creates and maintains relationships for influencing and leading with authentic character and intent.
  3. Wellbeing – In order to achieve and engage work and life at all levels possible, your leaders must strive to maintain optimal physical, mental/emotional, and spiritual well-being.
  4. Resilience – As the number of demands placed upon your leaders increases, so does the level of stress. Relationship building and dealing with conflict, as well as decision making and job responsibilities, are the most frequent demands contributing to increased levels of stress for leaders.
  5. Positive Psychology – Positive psychology helps your leaders manage the challenging times much better when they focus on employee strengths, praise, liking rewards to performance results, helping employees become better self-managers, and maintaining a cheerful, positive and optimistic attitude regardless of what is happening.

In applying the learned skills, your leaders and managers develop coping strategies to maintain or regain their sense of control. This means either they change their environment and start resolving issues causing their stress or they change their perspectives on what is within their control and what lies outside of it.


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