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Building Personal Resilience

Difficult times require an increased level of personal resilience - the ability to respond to, and capacity to recover quickly from, difficult times, challenges and adversity. A resilient person is not only able to handle difficulties effectively at the time, they also have the ability to ‘bounce back’ quickly and effectively after the event.

 

So how do people remain calm and cope under pressure? Whether it’s one big blow, a series of knockbacks, adapting to a different way of working or a period of relentless workloads and impossible deadlines, the following tips will help you increase your resilience levels and ‘roll with the punches’ to reduce stress and increase success.

Download our Building Personal Resilience Infographic

 

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25 March 2020
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