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Thursday 13/05/2021 - 15:00-18:45
Tuesday 18/05/2021 - 15:00-18:45
Resilience is the ability to bounce back from adversity. In this course, you will look at where you already feel resilient and the circumstances that can undermine your resilience. We will look at patterns, default behaviours, emotional reactions and expectations. There will be practical, do-able tools and techniques that will help you to build your resilience.
The programme raises awareness of what resilience is, what builds and breaks it and what your default resilience strategies might be. It’s also an acknowledgement that resilience and our ability to cope goes up and down depending upon a whole range of things: what else might be going on, who else is involved, what actually has happened.
We will pay particular attention to how anyone can make things worse in terms of eroding their resilience by spending too much time and energy being distressed rather than getting ready for the best possible solution under the circumstances.
By the end of the programme participants will be able to comprehend:
What is Resilience?
Define the term what is resilience?
Associated behaviours and emotions that accompany resilience.
Resilience as a Buffer to Stress
Good and Bad Stress
Building in Time Outs for recovery
Strategies/tools/support that enables you to be resilient in a specific situation (helps raise awareness of default patterns and existing tools).
Something Happens! → First Reactions (primitive brain usually kicks in here) →
Thought Gathering → Second Reactions → Stepping Away and Gaining
Perspective → Getting Support → Solution Finding
What Builds Resilience?
Getting from emotional control to the solution finding.
What Breaks Resilience?
Being aware of anything damaging, from overload to unanticipated news.
Processes to help you develop and deepen your resilience.
Lecture, experiential exercises, video projection, discussion, group exercises, questions-answers, brainstorming, role-play, case study.
This programme may be approved for up to 7 CPD units in Professional and Personal Development. Eligibility criteria and CPD Units are verified directly by your association, regulator or other bodies which you hold membership.
Who Should Attend
The programme is suitable for professionals of all levels and sectors and will be in particularly beneficial for:
Avyie Savvidou is a Business Consultant mainly in Management, Communication and Corporate Culture. She is also a CyHRDA Certified Trainer, focusing on Productivity and Resilience.In a career that spans over 25 years, Avyie has also worked as an Editor-in-Chief of lifestyle magazines and a Food & Travel Editor for SPP Media. She was Head of the department of Student Affairs at Intercollege/University of Nicosia, Corporate Communications Manager at Nielsen and a Production Executive at Logos TV. She is a personal branding strategist for professionals who seek to optimize their image, a Speaker's Coach for Tedx events and a Career Performance Coach to professionals who aim to reach peak performance. Avyie is a certified Mediator for business-to-business and business-to-client negotiations/disputes. She is also a certified Business Coach. She holds a Bachelor Degree in Political Sciences & International Studies from Marymount Manhattan College in New York and an MBA in Management from Maastricht School of Management. She is also a blogger and published writer.