Are you interested in uncovering your level of resilience?
We specialise in empowering you to gain a deeper understanding of your personal resilience.
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Resilience is truly a valuable skill in our modern world. With all the rapid changes in technology and globalisation, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and anxious. But by being able to bounce back from challenges and setbacks, we can maintain a positive outlook and find new opportunities in the face of adversity.
It's important to remember that resilience is not just about being tough and robust. It's about being adaptable, flexible, and able to cope with change. This is especially relevant in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has caused significant upheaval in our lives. By being resilient, we can stay positive and manage stress and anxiety, which can significantly impact our overall well-being.
Furthermore, resilience is key in today's world due to the fast pace of technological innovation and globalisation. With job insecurity and uncertainty about the future, navigating these challenges and learning new skills is essential. By staying motivated and focused on our goals, we can build strong relationships, communicate effectively, and work collaboratively with others, which are all critical skills in our interconnected and diverse world.
Remember, it's okay to feel overwhelmed sometimes, but by cultivating resilience, we can face these challenges head-on and emerge stronger and more resilient.
How do you measure resilience?
Resilience can be measured by analysing and understanding your Mental Toughness v Mental Sensitivity. This measure takes into account your mindset that you adopt in everything you do. It is closely related to qualities such as character, perseverance, tenacity, grit, etc. Mental toughness is defined as:
“A personality trait which determines, in large part, how people respond to challenge, stress and pressure, irrespective of their circumstances”.
Most personality models and measures assess the behavioural aspects of your personality i.e. how you act. Mental Toughness differs in that it considers something more fundamental – “how you think”, in other words, why you act and respond emotionally to events. Therefore, it enables you to understand your mindset in a convenient way.