Strengthen Team Resilience
Improve Team Relationships
"Studies show that teams with higher levels of resilience cope better and perform better."
Understand exactly what resilience means and why it's important for you, your team and family
Learn what strengthens and weakness resilience in ourselves and our teams and how this affects performance - psychological safety
Learn about the fixed mindset and growth mindset and how shifting our mindset can help solve problems, adapt to change and increase confidence
Plan to create a simple daily habit to help you self manage stress to cope and recover more effectively
Learn some simple techniques, proven by science, to strengthen relationships and enhance communication - improve team/ family resilience
How Is It Delivered?
Step 1: Learn the concepts, understand the science and create a tailored plan to test Either as one dedicated team/department. Or as a group of managers. - 2 hours
Step 2: Receive nudges designed by behavioural science to help you stay on track. Choose the format that works best for you and your team, over 1 - 2 weeks.
Step 3: Understand what proved effective. Use the data to help cement simple effective cultural habits for your team.
The Professional Benefits:
Strengthen relationships and enhance communication.
Develop self awareness, empathy and self regulation (deal with the tough situations more effectively).
Increase confidence of individuals and the team as a whole.
Achieve clarity of perspective quicker - more decisive, effective decisions.
The Personal Benefits:
Reduce self criticism - learn a more effective response to stress.
Manage challenging situations and relationships more effectively.
Create a little space each day for higher quality mini breaks -to recharge willpower and feel calmer.
Create a moment for yourself to find a little perspective. Less mindless rushing and more productive action.
One dedicated team or department - £1200 - up to 50 attendees
A group of dedicated managers - £1200 - up to 20 attendees
The Inspiration Behind It
Lots of people are managed with negative data; what's gone wrong, mistakes, how far behind target, etc. This data is obviously vital and important. However, it causes a sensation of almost continual stress and anxiety. While also creating a mindset of ‘let's look for the negative’. This is then combined with a huge volume of work and ever shorter deadlines.
The resilience of the human brain is just like a team, it never stands still. It's either getting stronger or its getting weaker.
The aim of Strengthen Team Resilience is to equip teams with proven techniques which can quickly become useful habits. To help everyone reduce stress, enhance focus and strengthen relationships. Helping teams cope better and perform better. To recover more quickly from tough situations. To celebrate the progress and achievements. Creating a simple process that helps protect staffs mental wellbeing while improving performance.