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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...

Who Cares For The Carer?

Who Cares For The Carer?

We frequently have the privilege of coaching people who do extraordinary jobs that involve caring for others. While their clients are diverse and may be the aged, disabled, abused, vulnerable, traumatized or sick, the common thread is the importance of compassion and...

Building Resilient Health And Social Care Teams

Building Resilient Health And Social Care Teams

Working in health and social care is rewarding yet often challenging. In addition to the obvious physical and emotional demands of patient and community care, there are high expectations around professional standards and safety, the need to meet key performance...

Why Do We Get Seduced By Quick Fixes?

Why Do We Get Seduced By Quick Fixes?

One of the areas of interest to me in my work is the number of fads and ‘one approach fits all’ solutions that we see in organisation development. Call me cynical, but I am often bemused and sometimes astounded, at how often old concepts are re-purposed, long-standing...

Leading Teams In Uncertainty

Leading Teams In Uncertainty

Eight  practices that help Working through uncertainty is all about fear – fear of the unknown.  While the unknown may not generally be an issue in our lives, and may even be exciting, it can be difficult when it involves our employment as this affects our livelihood....

The Top Four Mistakes in Building Team Resilience

The Top Four Mistakes in Building Team Resilience

With requests for building team resilience at work on the increase, it’s important that we continue to provide strategies that work. I thought I’d share some thoughts around the common traps we can fall into…  Mistake Number 1: Current versus future focus When I met...

Weathering the Storm

Weathering the Storm

In Australia COVID19 has struck another blow and is causing stress and strain on all of us, to varying degrees. We send our best wishes to those who are sick and to the impacted families in such a worrying time. For those back in Stage 3 restrictions, take care and...

Resilience.tv video

Find out more about the ways to apply resilience to your team and industry with some new resilience content.