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Strategies to Improve your Resilience at Work

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A short presentation about resilience at work.

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Strategies to Improve your Resilience at Work

  1. 1. StrategiesStrategies to Improveto Improve youryour ResilienceResilience at Workat Work Roberto LicoRoberto Lico
  2. 2. Resilience is a person’sResilience is a person’s capacity to respond tocapacity to respond to pressure and the demandspressure and the demands of daily life.of daily life. It includes concepts likeIt includes concepts like flexibility, strength, speedflexibility, strength, speed of recovery and buoyancy.of recovery and buoyancy. In short, resiliency affectsIn short, resiliency affects our ability to ‘bounce back’.our ability to ‘bounce back’.
  3. 3. At work, resilient peopleAt work, resilient people are better able to dealare better able to deal with the demands placedwith the demands placed upon them, especiallyupon them, especially where those demandswhere those demands might require them to bemight require them to be dealing with constantlydealing with constantly changing priorities and achanging priorities and a heavy workload.heavy workload.
  4. 4. Resilience is not aResilience is not a characteristic gifted to somecharacteristic gifted to some individuals and not others.individuals and not others. The key here is thatThe key here is that resilience is not a passiveresilience is not a passive quality, but an activequality, but an active process.process. How we approach life, andHow we approach life, and everything it can throw ateverything it can throw at us, has a massive impact onus, has a massive impact on our experience.our experience.
  5. 5. The good news is thatThe good news is that although some people seemalthough some people seem to be born with moreto be born with more resilience than others, thoseresilience than others, those whose resilience is lowerwhose resilience is lower can learn how to boost theircan learn how to boost their ability to cope, thrive andability to cope, thrive and flourish when the going getsflourish when the going gets tough.tough.
  6. 6. Cherish social support and interaction. GoodCherish social support and interaction. Good relationships with family and friends and others arerelationships with family and friends and others are vital. Being active in the wider communityvital. Being active in the wider community
  7. 7. Treat problems as a learning process. Develop theTreat problems as a learning process. Develop the habit of using challenges as opportunities to acquirehabit of using challenges as opportunities to acquire or master skills and build achievement.or master skills and build achievement.
  8. 8. Avoid making a drama out of a crisis. Stress andAvoid making a drama out of a crisis. Stress and change are part of life. How we interpret and respondchange are part of life. How we interpret and respond to events has a big impact of how stressful we findto events has a big impact of how stressful we find them.them.
  9. 9. Celebrate your successes. Take time at the end of each day toCelebrate your successes. Take time at the end of each day to review what went well and congratulate yourself. This trainsreview what went well and congratulate yourself. This trains the mind to look for success rather than dwelling on negativitythe mind to look for success rather than dwelling on negativity and ‘failure’.and ‘failure’.
  10. 10. Develop realistic life goals for guidance and a sense ofDevelop realistic life goals for guidance and a sense of purpose. Do something each day to move towardspurpose. Do something each day to move towards them. Again, small is beautiful; one small step amidthem. Again, small is beautiful; one small step amid the chaos of a busy day will help.the chaos of a busy day will help.
  11. 11. Keep a realistic perspective. Place challenging orKeep a realistic perspective. Place challenging or painful events in the broader context of lifelongpainful events in the broader context of lifelong personal development.personal development.
  12. 12. Nurture a positive viewNurture a positive view of yourself.of yourself. Developing confidenceDeveloping confidence in your ability to solvein your ability to solve problems and trustingproblems and trusting your instincts helps toyour instincts helps to build resiliency.build resiliency.
  13. 13. Practice optimism.Practice optimism. Nothing is either whollyNothing is either wholly good or bad.good or bad. Make your thinkingMake your thinking work for your benefit,work for your benefit, rather than letting itrather than letting it stymie you with doubtstymie you with doubt or by seeing only theor by seeing only the bad side.bad side.
  14. 14. LRCL – Business Services Consulting Roberto Lico – licoreis@licoreis.com.br Whatsapp 55 12 9 9195 2474
  15. 15. Building a Collaborative EnvironmentBuilding a Collaborative Environment Our Business ContactsOur Business Contacts LRCL – Business Services ConsultingLRCL – Business Services Consulting InformationInformation We provide a range of Coaching, Business and Legal Online Support about: Technical Translations – Brazilian Portuguese Lectures:  Doing Business in Brazil  Brazilian Tax Law and Accounting System  Brazilian Legal System  Immigration Law  Management and HR Issues Our E-mail: licoreis@licoreis.com.br

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