“A good half of the art of living is resilience.”
Alain de Botton
2020 has been especially difficult. The uncertainty of not knowing when the outbreak will end, coupled with a constant stream of unfavourable and conflicting news from both mainstream and social media, has inevitably taken a heavy toll on people’s wellbeing. Couple this with business disruption and the stress and anxiety that this brings, if we’re not careful, we can become burnt out. Navigating through these challenges requires skills and strategies that can be developed. Resilience and a good approach to mental health are key strategies that help business owners and employees tackle stress, an uncertain market, workplace conflicts, and address challenges on the job. Improving resilience and our approach to our mental health is important because business owners and employees identify work as the number one stressor in their lives.
In this session our speakers, Michaela Heaton, Dr Ed Lynch and Dr Tobi Fox, will share a proven approach to making resilience and your mental health work more effectively for you. This will include:
· Understanding the emotional, intellectual and physical elements of resilience
· Building a profile of your current resilience resources
· Choosing the resources you want to develop further
· Planning your resilience goals
· How our approach to mental health needs to change
· Where do future problems lie
· What can we all do to drive society forwards
There will also be a breakout session where you will have an opportunity to join a small group of your peers from our sector to share your business and personal challenges and hear how others have dealt with the past six months and have planned for the future.
Guests will hear from Michaela Heaton, Dr Ed Lynch and Dr Tobi Fox...Read more about them here!