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A Navy SEAL’s Guide to Building Resilience

Navy SEALs perform Advanced Cold Weather training to experience the physical stress of the environment and how their equipment will operate, or even sound, in adverse conditions Dec. 14, 2003 in Kodiak, Alaska. (Photo: Photographer’s Mate 2nd Class Eric S. Logsdon/U.S. Navy via Getty Images)

Navy SEALs perform Advanced Cold Weather training to experience the physical stress of the environment and how their equipment will operate, or even sound, in adverse conditions Dec. 14, 2003 in Kodiak, Alaska. (Photo: Photographer’s Mate 2nd Class Eric S. Logsdon/U.S. Navy via Getty Images)

As Navy SEALs, we understood the word “frontline” to mean the place where we met the enemy. The frontline was where battles were fought and fates decided. The frontline was a place of fear, struggle, and suffering. It was also a place where victories were won, where friendships of a lifetime were forged in hardship. It was a place where we lived with a sense of purpose…

 

How coping with change affects your career

The ability to bounce back after adversity is not only a key survival skill in the workplace, but one that is essential for thriving into the future. Often referred to as resilience, Dr Sven Hansen, author of Inside Out: The Practice of Resilience, says it is a learned ability to develop courage (enthused by challenge and change), creativity (developing talent and opportunity), connection (respect and care for others), and bounce (toughness and recovery skills in adversity)…

 

El Nino declared as climate scientists watch on with ‘amazement’

Unusual warming of waters in the central equatorial Pacific has prompted the US government to declare an El Nino event and predict a better-than-even chance that it will linger through the middle of the year. The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said the above-average sea-surface temperatures had exceeded key thresholds, triggering the declaration of the “long-anticipated” El Nino…

 

Bus drivers in New South Wales were spoken to about the importance of health and wellbeing

Strengthening the resilience of bus drivers across the country through tailored health and wellbeing programs is imperative for an industry that attracts and retains Australia’s aging workforce, according to one health expert. Occupational therapist and workplace health specialist Nikki Brouwers, of the Interact Group, spoke to bus drivers across New South Wales this month on behalf of BusNSW. Brouwers discussed at length the tactics that they can take to strengthen their resilience against incidents of bullying or harassment they face on the job…

 

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