Resilience strategies have evolved over the last 30 years to help everyone deal with life's challenges. Resilience is the ability to respond effectively to events whenever you are faced with either significant or complex challenges. Resilience means that people have both capability and also flexibility within their abilities to adapt and cope. With great resilience people are able to make more and more complex positive choices and move more and more towards their potential. Resilience training will support your team and clients to be able to keep moving when significant challenges present. If you want yourself your team and your services users to be better equipped to deal with the changeless of the profession and their evolving lives, then resilience training is right for you.
The Betterminds Resilience Course, will upskill you and your team with ways of increasing your ability to effectively respond. These skills can then be easily cascaded to service users to help them to sustain their programmes and move more easily through the service. You will learn how to implement specific tools and techniques to be able to better manage yourself, advise colleagues, service users and clients when high pressured environments and changes are present.
You will also learn how to discharge any pressures as they build, so that you have the capacity to deal with any personal or professional crisis moments in the future.
The Betterminds Resilience Course usually runs for one single day, however, this may be extended depending on the requirements of your organisation.
The Betterminds Resilience Course will help increase resilience between you and your team. You will understand what makes us resilient and how by increasing this you will be able to better approach difficult situations, including situations of change, uncertainty, and new and high pressures. You will also gain the associated stress and anxiety management tools, which can be implemented in the workplace.
This course will be useful in workplaces where change is a natural movement within the organisation. It will also be useful in high pressured environments such as social care settings, high conflict environments and any places where the role is people focused.