1 Day Build Emotional Resilience Workshop
Restart in the New Normal: Getting back with Ease
Emotional resilience refers to one's ability to adapt to stressful situations or crises. More resilient people are able to "roll with the punches" and adapt to adversity without lasting difficulties; less resilient people have a harder time with stress and life changes, both major and minor
Building Emotional Resilience: The Armour You Need at Work. Work isn’t always a bed of roses. There will be challenging times when you think that things are beyond your control. Emotional resilience is one’s ability to cope and adapt these stressful situations and difficulties. In the modern business world where organizations go through rapid changes, emotional resilience is a huge asset for individuals.
Who needs Depression Counselling?
People who experience at least five symptoms of depression for more than two weeks should seek out professional help. Depression manifests itself differently amongst different people and can bring about symptoms ranging from low-energy and reclusiveness to suicidal thoughts.
Counselling can also be beneficial when depression is negatively affecting your relationships, career, interests, and overall sense of happiness in life. These include finding less satisfaction in your personal life and feeling a loss of purpose. Depression counselling can be useful for people who feel overwhelming sadness without any obvious explanations as well.
Who Needs to Build Emotional Resilience?
There are many factors that can contribute to emotional stress, anxiety and frustration. It could be due to changes at work, co-workers, supervisors, workload or sense of insecurity. Since there are multiple causes, it is common for an individual to be unaware of the reasons behind the emotional strain
How Building Emotional Resilience Help?
Anger issues rarely exist in isolation and can be caused by underlying mental health issues such as bipolar disorder. Unresolved and pen up frustration can result in negative coping strategies such as alcohol or drug dependencies. Working with a counsellor to help manage your emotional stage can greatly improve a person’s mental health and bring a sense of calm into a person’s life.
Review and streamline of workflow and processes to reduce or eliminate redundant processes:
1. Explore the use of technology to automate processes
2. Review and/or development of performance measures
3. Development of tracking and measurement system
4. Development of detailed roadmap of actions for further improvement