Resilience during Change

Self Mastery – Dealing with change as an individual

Change causes stress.  Stress is the experience of demands or pressures placed on people. It is a regular aspect of working life, but is not a fixed condition. Individuals make themselves more or less stressed, and more or less resilient, depending on how they look after their physical and psychological well-being during change. 

Combining best practice corporate stress and emotional resilience initiatives, with a focus to move stress from being a  “fixed condition” to something people can control, this session shows individuals how to make themselves more or less resilient to change, depending on how they look after their own psychological well-being. This session will identify when change feels like it’s too much, when stress becomes an issue, when resilience is flagging, what the triggers are, and how to cope using individual capability.

This session focusses on how we can identify and treat feelings of overwhelm through internal release methods.

This workshop delivers to you the following outcomes:

  • The differences between constructive & destructive stress.
  • The “long tail of change” and how to become more personally resilient.
  • Self checking for personal change management and adjustment.
  • Action plan to build emotional resilience and address stress levels during change.