Resilience is the Process of Adapting Well in the Face of Stress, Suffering or Trauma

ArticlesAugust 2, 2017

Change Management

Most people respond to adversity with strong emotions and a sense of uncertainty. These emotions and uncertainty usually cause problems in the workplace. People who adjust to stressful conditions have learned to be resilient.

“All our core stories are about what happens when human beings and adversity collide. From those moments tragedies unravel and greatness is spawned. Adversity both destroys and elevates.”

Paul Stoltz

Are you in the midst of a major change or planning for effective implementation? Consider the overwhelming benefits that building resilience in your employees will have in successfully implementing a change!

Our Resiliency Self-Assessment Questionnaire will help you identify strengths, as well as making you aware of areas for improvement.

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