Leaders are rarely taught how to cope with setbacks and failures. When faced with the inevitable disappointments and uncertainties of life, will your leaders have what
it takes to lead themselves through such setbacks and create positive outcomes again? Resilience is the quality that sets good leaders apart from average ones.
Resilience is the ability to face setbacks courageously, to manage oneself and others with trust during adversity, and to bounce back stronger and wiser from these
difficulties. Imagine if your leaders were able to pick themselves up faster from setbacks, and grow more confident and resilient with every relationship and business setback,
ultimately taking on greater aspirations.
Would you like a team that grows stronger with each failure or setback? Ultimately, it isn’t our successes that defines us as leaders, it is our ability to face adversity and
to come out stronger each time.
Facilitated by the founder, a psychologist whose own life story has been one of resilience,, this highly interactive and practical workshop explores causes of executive
stress and facilitates the creation of a new mindset and habits that if internalised and practiced, will build leaders’ resilience.
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
Understand how stress and other psychological imbalances affect a leader’s performance
To practise a positive and possibilities mindset to build resilience
Appreciating the challenges ahead and being more resilient with every setback
Building trust within a team to create a social support network for each other
What causes stress, burnout and mind-body imbalances, and why they affect a leader’s performance
Understand the mindset to building resilience
Self-reflection about their stress levels, work-life aspirations and support network
Tools to appreciate challenges, learn from disappointments
Creating trust with others and listening with empathy
Supervisory level and above
Half or one day
In-class exercises and group discussions
Journaling and reflection
Case studies and role-plays (using realistic situations leaders and teams face)
"Knowing others is intelligence; knowing yourself is wisdom, mastering others is strength; mastering yourself is true power."