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How To Build Resilience 


Category:   Self care, Self-awareness Courses

Resilience is a necessary trait to have in today's busy and often stressful workplace. It allows you to bounce back from setbacks and face challenges positively. This workshop offers valuable insights into building resilience and self-care strategies that can keep you healthy in the workplace. With the guidance provided in this workshop, you'll be able to cultivate resilience within yourself and be better equipped to handle any challenges that come your way. You'll learn about the different types of resilience and why it is important to develop them. You'll also gain practical tips on how to build self-care into your daily routine, including exercise, meditation, and even self-reflection.

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Introduction to Mindfulness and Meditation. Attention & Focus practices.

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Understanding the Mind and

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Embracing uncertainty & change

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Understanding cause &


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The power of compassion (benefits for ourselves and others).



By the end of this workshop, you will have gained invaluable insight into building resilience and achieving self-care in the workplace. With the guidance and tips provided, you will learn how to prioritize your mental and physical well-being amidst a demanding work environment. We will help you navigate challenging situations more efficiently and bounce back from setbacks more resiliently. You'll better understand the importance of self-care and how it can improve your overall well-being in your personal and professional life. 

Our courses provide management with tools on how to measure & report ongoing well-being outcomes.

Who should attend? 


Key management/staff.



This course is delivered over 3 sessions. Each session is 1 hour in duration and is all the training in run online.

  * Please let us know if we need to cusomise this training to meet your specific requirements.

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