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Resilience Can Be Taught

April 11, 2017


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Managing your own stress can be a challenge. But how can you, as a manager, help your team handle their stress, burnout, or disengagement? A growing body of research suggests that certain types of development activities can effectively build the capacity for resilience.

By focusing on employees’ personal growth and development, you can enhance creativity, support productivity, and build resilience and effectiveness.

  • Model and encourage well-being practices
  • Allow time to disconnect outside of work.
  • Practice mindfulness: Train the brain to deal with chaos
  • Emphasis “monotasking” for better focus

Learn more: Help Your Team Manage Stress, Anxiety, and Burnout

Learn how by signing up for Building a Resilient Workforce

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