How To Be Resilient, Even When Everything Is Going Sideways
For 20 years, Beverly has used her S-O-S Principle™ with teams who want to control their reactions to stress, build resiliency against life’s challenges, and live fulfilling lives. Beverly works with teams and leaders to shift from stressed out to resilient, enabling them to be more engaged, productive, and healthy.
“Chaos, challenge, and trauma can derail us from leading a full and fruitful life." However,
even in the swirl of chaos we can build our resiliency, and find our own beacon of HOPE. You will be surprised to find that hope is really not what you think it is. It is not about finding hope, it's about creating hope. How do you move from overwhelmed and frustrated to a
place of RESILIENCY and HOPE?
Stress is a normal fact of life and even more prevalent during times of change, challenge, and uncertainty. Managing all of these can zap our energy, leave us feeling on edge, and make it difficult to achieve our goals. Resiliency can be learned. Small shifts can have a major impact and can create HOPE. Research shows that HOPE can provide protection against life’s trials and HOPE is the most significant moderator of well-being in the face of negative life events. Leaders, who understand this and create supportive, resilient employees, will have teams that can thrive and stay mentally healthy even when everything is going sideways.
- Understand the different types of resiliency strategies that can be performed in the workplace that release the physical effects of stress, protect the health, and enable participants to relax more and feel better
- Proactively identify the various changes and challenges that are zapping energy and negatively impacting life
- Learn how to utilize and boost Strategic Hope as a resiliency strategy using the S-O-S Principle™ to maintain energy, reach for adventure, acknowledge obstacles that they have overcome, find positive mentors, and practice gratitude
- There is a mental health continuum that we all move along and it is dynamic as we experience stress, challenge, and crisis
- Resilient people sustain successful performance and positive well-being in the face of adverse conditions
- Resiliency is created and sustained through adaptability, a sense of purpose and vision, insight and problem-solving, garnering support, and through HOPE
- If the current reality is not ideal, move forward in creating your plan of action
- Understand that maintaining hope is not always easy and a crisis or an unexpected challenge can throw us off-balance and leave us feeling hopeless and mentally depleted
- Reflect on how they can be a beacon of hope and share gratitude
Course Level - Intermediate
Why Should You Attend
The way in which we work can cause exhaustion and burnout. For many people, everyday stress can build to a level that seems too difficult to handle and can leave us feeling depleted and hopeless. These reactions can leave us exposed to a variety of illnesses and injuries or can take us away from our life goals. Success and longevity in our high-pressured world hinge not just on our knowledge, but also on our ability to recover and remain energized during challenging situations and organizational changes. The key to staying healthy and productive is to build your resiliency and focus on HOPE.
Resiliency can be learned. Small shifts can have a major impact. With three simple questions, this interactive workshop helps you to choose the most effective strategies based on the S-O-S Principle™ that will allow you to bounce back after a stressful situation, minimize your negative stress symptoms and reactions, and gain back your sense of HOPE.