The need for resiliency skills in business, government, education and health care is becoming increasingly clear. Research demonstrates that it is insufficient to simply hire the right person. Individuals require resiliency skills in order to perform at maximum effectiveness in an era of continuous change.
Resilient individuals are continually developing:
• problem solving skills
• communication skills
• leadership skills
• self awareness
• creativity skills
• inter personal skills
• social skills
• emotional skills
In light of this information, the question arises: What are you doing to increase organizational and team resiliency? How about resileincy in the areas of family and community? We can help.
Resiliency is "... the inherent and nurtured capacity of individuals to deal with life's stresses in ways that enable them to lead healthy and fulfilled lives"
(Howard & Johnson 1999 p 3).
"Resiliency is "the process of, capacity for, or the outcome of successful adaptation despite challenging or threatening circumstances."
(Masten, Best and Garmezy (1990)
Obstacles don't have to stop you.
If you run into a wall, don't turn around and give up.
Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it.
A popular method to learn from other leaders is to study
successful CEOs like Rick Bolander or a leader in your field.