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Adaptability in the Workplace

Adaptability in the Workplace

The COVID-19 crisis has taught organisations many things. One of these is the importance of adaptability as a key competence for employees. This isn’t new – it was important pre-COVID-19 as organisations navigated the increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex, and...

The Business Crisis Just Got Personal

The Business Crisis Just Got Personal

The conversations I am having with leaders and witnessing online have dramatically changed in the last few weeks. For me, it has been most marked by the shift in language I am seeing people using. No longer are we talking about ‘pivoting’ or ‘survive and thrive’...

White Paper: Resilience is a ‘team of teams’ sport

White Paper: Resilience is a ‘team of teams’ sport

Are you likely to be replaced by a bot or an algo-rhythm? Are you part of the gig economy with its job uncertainty? Is your role becoming more complex and your customers more demanding? Are you trying to keep up with industry changes or tasked with leading disruption...

Resilience Right Now

Resilience Right Now

This may be the first time – certainly in my lifetime, and possibly in recorded history – that the whole of humanity is united in pursuit of a common goal: to keep each other safe and well until we emerge from this crisis, hopefully a little slower, a little wiser, a...

Stress, Fatigue and Emotional Strain in the Returning Workplace

Stress, Fatigue and Emotional Strain in the Returning Workplace

 This article considers what employers can expect to see concerning increased stress and anxiety and outlines an evidence-based resilience framework to help.  As we all know, the past few months have been unprecedented, forcing us to make changes of all kinds, while...

Failing Forward: Overcoming the Trauma of Business Failure

Failing Forward: Overcoming the Trauma of Business Failure

 Every entrepreneur I coach has a failure story. I've noticed that their success often depends on how they tell that failure story. If they tell the story from a growth mindset, as in “this is how my business failed and this is what I learned from it,” then it's...

How Leadership Success Has Changed

How Leadership Success Has Changed

The original thinking behind this article used Covid-19 as its starting point; a dichotomous ‘old’ and ‘new’ conversation about how leadership and leadership priorities have changed for us since the pandemic began. But as I started to list the differences between our...

Stepping Up in Unprecedented Times

Stepping Up in Unprecedented Times

“There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen.” ― Vladimir Ilyich Lenin As we all know, the past few months have been unprecedented, forcing us to make changes of all kinds, while still trying to move forward with our daily...

Short Interventions Can Work – Even During Change

Short Interventions Can Work – Even During Change

This study demonstrates that a short-term resilience-building intervention can assist build employee resilience – even during downsizing. Shane Rogerson and colleagues Rudi Meir, Zac Crowley-McHattan, Kathryn McEwen and Rachel Pastoors assessed the impact of a 5-week...

How Resilient Are First-Line Nurse Managers?

How Resilient Are First-Line Nurse Managers?

The role of the front-line nurse managers is not only pressurised but is also becoming more complex and challenging. Resilience – the capacity to manage the everyday pressure of work and stay healthy, adapt to change and position for future challenges could be viewed...

Building Resilience For Employment In Project Work

Building Resilience For Employment In Project Work

In recognition that resilience development during university can increase positive employment outcomes, academics at RMIT Australian University have been exploring how students can gain these skills before entering the industry.  This study explores the baseline...

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