Tools for leaders and managers

<p>The tools and guidance included within this section contain details on how to enhance resilience but&nbsp;specifically related to leader and managers. The resources here aim to provide leaders and managers with the guidance required to encourage resiliency within a workforce and&nbsp;resilience through a leadership lens- including ways in which leaders can foster a resilience enhancing environment.&nbsp;</p>
Author: YSC

Leadership Resilience

This resource emphasises the importance of Leadership resilience within an organisation which is essential for change management. This report focuses on resilience and leadership resilience and makes a business case for ways in which leaders can be resilient, and in doing so will have the ability to recover, adapt, strive, and be confident through an active supportive network within the workplace and encourage the same in others.

Author: YSC

Redefining resilience (Webinar)

This webinar by YSC’s Global Head of Coaching, Shelley Winter, talks about resilience through a leadership lens and how resilience interventions can raise awareness but may not facilitate ongoing resilience, especially in times of change management. On the other hand, Shelley suggests that resilience is a shared resource which leaders can capitalise on and also encourage others to be resilient. This is resource is applicable to organisations, leaders and individuals to use as a guide for understanding and developing resilience. Organisations often focus on recovery and surviving in times of change but there is a need to also focus on having a flexible and resilient thinking in order to thrive and maintain a health mind and good wellbeing at work.

Author: Australian Government Comcare

Building a resilient workforce: Four factors that influence resilience in the workplace

This resource details how resilience in the workplace is influenced by four different factors; individuals, individual jobs, teams and organisations. This guide included practical strategies which aim to build resilience, specifically focusing on these four factors. This guide is part of a wider research project which focuses on return to work and how resilience can influence the return to work process. Other research articles are included on their website and are also included in the practitioner section (under resilience) of this website.

Author: Business in the Community

Emotional Resilience toolkit

Developed with an expert and experienced steering group, this practical guide aims to promote the resilience of both individuals and teams within organisations. The toolkit is designed to be used alongside the “Towers Perrin Healthy Workplace Action Pack” and includes details on the importance of fostering employee’s emotional resilience, best practice guidelines, a twelve-step emotional resilience model and other useful resources and information.

Author: Business in the Community

Managing emotional well-being: Building team resilience

This online workshop by Business in the Community, includes six modules which aim to guide managers in supporting and managing employee’s emotional well-being in the team and build team resilience. The six modules consider various aspects of approaches to well-being, from; the reader exploring their own well-being and how this may impact on their team, spotting early warning signs of common mental health problems in your team members and how to manage staff absence and return to work.

Author: Lewis & Donaldson-Feilder

Developing resilience: An evidence-based guide for practitioners.

This guide aims to provide a review of the research, evidence and tools available for developing resilience at both an individual and organisational level. The guidance defines and summaries resilience and approaches to resilience in the context of the workplace by including evidence and tools available in the form of a resilience grid. The resilience grid, consists of evidence from both practitioner and academic research, which outlines various interventions. These interventions aim to build resilience at both an organisational and individual level. Further details of how the resilience grid was developed can be found at the end of the guide.

Author: YSC

Leadership Resilience

Leadership Resilience

This resource emphasises the importance of Leadership resilience within an organisation which is essential for change management. This report focuses on resilience and leadership resilience and makes a business case for ways in which leaders can be resilient, and in doing so will have the ability to recover, adapt, strive, and be confident through an active supportive network within the workplace and encourage the same in others.

Author: YSC

Leadership Resilience

This resource emphasises the importance of Leadership resilience within an organisation which is essential for change management. This report focuses on resilience and leadership resilience and makes a business case for ways in which leaders can be resilient, and in doing so will have the ability to recover, adapt, strive, and be confident through an active supportive network within the workplace and encourage the same in others.

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Author: YSC

Redefining resilience (Webinar)

Redefining resilience (Webinar)

This webinar by YSC’s Global Head of Coaching, Shelley Winter, talks about resilience through a leadership lens and how resilience interventions can raise awareness but may not facilitate ongoing resilience, especially in times of change management. On the other hand, Shelley suggests that resilience is a shared resource which leaders can capitalise on and also encourage others to be resilient. This is resource is applicable to organisations, leaders and individuals to use as a guide for understanding and developing resilience. Organisations often focus on recovery and surviving in times of change but there is a need to also focus on having a flexible and resilient thinking in order to thrive and maintain a health mind and good wellbeing at work.

Author: YSC

Redefining resilience (Webinar)

This webinar by YSC’s Global Head of Coaching, Shelley Winter, talks about resilience through a leadership lens and how resilience interventions can raise awareness but may not facilitate ongoing resilience, especially in times of change management. On the other hand, Shelley suggests that resilience is a shared resource which leaders can capitalise on and also encourage others to be resilient. This is resource is applicable to organisations, leaders and individuals to use as a guide for understanding and developing resilience. Organisations often focus on recovery and surviving in times of change but there is a need to also focus on having a flexible and resilient thinking in order to thrive and maintain a health mind and good wellbeing at work.

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Author: Australian Government Comcare

Building a resilient workforce: Four factors that influence resilience in the workplace

Building a resilient workforce: Four factors that influence resilience in the workplace

This resource details how resilience in the workplace is influenced by four different factors; individuals, individual jobs, teams and organisations. This guide included practical strategies which aim to build resilience, specifically focusing on these four factors. This guide is part of a wider research project which focuses on return to work and how resilience can influence the return to work process. Other research articles are included on their website and are also included in the practitioner section (under resilience) of this website.

Author: Australian Government Comcare

Building a resilient workforce: Four factors that influence resilience in the workplace

This resource details how resilience in the workplace is influenced by four different factors; individuals, individual jobs, teams and organisations. This guide included practical strategies which aim to build resilience, specifically focusing on these four factors. This guide is part of a wider research project which focuses on return to work and how resilience can influence the return to work process. Other research articles are included on their website and are also included in the practitioner section (under resilience) of this website.

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Author: Business in the Community

Emotional Resilience toolkit

Emotional Resilience toolkit

Developed with an expert and experienced steering group, this practical guide aims to promote the resilience of both individuals and teams within organisations. The toolkit is designed to be used alongside the “Towers Perrin Healthy Workplace Action Pack” and includes details on the importance of fostering employee’s emotional resilience, best practice guidelines, a twelve-step emotional resilience model and other useful resources and information.

Author: Business in the Community

Emotional Resilience toolkit

Developed with an expert and experienced steering group, this practical guide aims to promote the resilience of both individuals and teams within organisations. The toolkit is designed to be used alongside the “Towers Perrin Healthy Workplace Action Pack” and includes details on the importance of fostering employee’s emotional resilience, best practice guidelines, a twelve-step emotional resilience model and other useful resources and information.

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Author: Business in the Community

Managing emotional well-being: Building team resilience

Managing emotional well-being: Building team resilience

This online workshop by Business in the Community, includes six modules which aim to guide managers in supporting and managing employee’s emotional well-being in the team and build team resilience. The six modules consider various aspects of approaches to well-being, from; the reader exploring their own well-being and how this may impact on their team, spotting early warning signs of common mental health problems in your team members and how to manage staff absence and return to work.

Author: Business in the Community

Managing emotional well-being: Building team resilience

This online workshop by Business in the Community, includes six modules which aim to guide managers in supporting and managing employee’s emotional well-being in the team and build team resilience. The six modules consider various aspects of approaches to well-being, from; the reader exploring their own well-being and how this may impact on their team, spotting early warning signs of common mental health problems in your team members and how to manage staff absence and return to work.

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Author: Lewis & Donaldson-Feilder

Developing resilience: An evidence-based guide for practitioners.

Developing resilience: An evidence-based guide for practitioners.

This guide aims to provide a review of the research, evidence and tools available for developing resilience at both an individual and organisational level. The guidance defines and summaries resilience and approaches to resilience in the context of the workplace by including evidence and tools available in the form of a resilience grid. The resilience grid, consists of evidence from both practitioner and academic research, which outlines various interventions. These interventions aim to build resilience at both an organisational and individual level. Further details of how the resilience grid was developed can be found at the end of the guide.

Author: Lewis & Donaldson-Feilder

Developing resilience: An evidence-based guide for practitioners.

This guide aims to provide a review of the research, evidence and tools available for developing resilience at both an individual and organisational level. The guidance defines and summaries resilience and approaches to resilience in the context of the workplace by including evidence and tools available in the form of a resilience grid. The resilience grid, consists of evidence from both practitioner and academic research, which outlines various interventions. These interventions aim to build resilience at both an organisational and individual level. Further details of how the resilience grid was developed can be found at the end of the guide.

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