Time to check your resilience
Our resilience is impacted by internal and external factors. In the face of constant change and challenge, managers resilience is frequently tested – and so is that of their teams. A manager who has the skills and understanding to develop and maintain their own resiliency will also be able to support their team in building personal resilience.
Doing this is good for everyone - it promotes personal wellbeing and supports leaders and teams to deliver a consistent, healthy strong performance. Understanding how we are doing means we can take actions to manage our behaviour, thinking, emotions and resilience.
We invite you to take the resilience assessment.
This short, anonymous assessment will give you instant feedback on how you are doing. And it will highlight some areas that you might want to work on to boost your personal resilience.
Want to know more?
If you want to have a conversation with us about developing resilience, drop us an email and we'll get in touch with you - contact us here.
Click the links to find out more about how Primeast can help you and your leaders with resilience and wellbeing right now.
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