Building Resilience in High-Performing Teams
High-performing teams require high-performing individuals with more than just business and technical knowledge. To meet ambitious targets, professionals need to have developed the capacity to deal with the pressure, anxiety and stress that often comes with the job at hand. In order to succeed, professionals need to be resilient.
A resilient person is someone who is able to cope with uncertainty, hardship and adversity in the moment and effectively bounce back from setbacks. The Harvard Business Review recently stated that “More than education, more than experience, more than training, a person’s level of resilience will determine who succeeds and who fails.”
In order to reduce absenteeism, presenteeism, burnout and employee turnover, successful organisations recognise that resilience is a skill that needs to be learned and mastered. Even under demanding conditions, most high-performing individuals are able to sustain superior levels of performance and high levels of personal wellbeing, thanks to the skills they have acquired through resilience training.
Key points covered:
- Strategies to strengthen your own resilience and prevent burnout
- Knowledge on how to deal with stressors in order to meet your targets
- Skills to effectively deal with pressure in order to get results
- Understanding of healthy daily routines to keep performance high