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What is resilience?


  • Resilient thinking - looking at situations differently, seeing issues as surmountable, that the issue is temporary and won't last for ages (or for ever), and that the issue has a singularity, it is only one aspect of the bigger goal that needs to be achieved and therefore doesn't need to dominate everything that is going on

     

  • Resilient behaviour - acting differently, proactively coping with setbacks, anticipating how things will progress and turn out and planning strategically and with contingencies to make it happen, acting assertively and making sure we get what we want out of situations, acting with foresight so that we do not keep running into troubles that can and should have been avoided

     

  • Work-Life Balance - achieving a balance that enables us to reach our true potential, dealing with the pernicious problem of long working hours, investing in health, exercise and wind down including sleep regeneration, and exploring the meaningfulness of our working and leisure time

The Smithfield Resilience Assessment is a measure of all of these resilience factors.  To read about it, click here.
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