4 Ways to Increase Your Resilience, According to Psychology…and more

4 Ways to Increase Your Resilience, According to Psychology

personal resilience

Psychologist Albert Bandura is famous for his social learning theory which is really more of a model than a theory. He stresses the importance of observational learning. Who you spend time with matters. “Learning would be exceedingly laborious, not to mention hazardous, if people had to rely solely on the effects of their own actions to inform them what to do,” Bandura explains. There is an excerpt in Stronger: Develop the Resilience You Need to Succeed that explains how we can acquire and maintain the factors of personal resilience…


Saying ‘I Do’ to Resilience-10 Potential Barriers to Business Bliss

My wedding nearly got rained out, and it wasn’t even outside. Two days before our big day, an aging sprinkler system soaked the venue, leaving it unusable and not up to code. I didn’t panic. Instead, I got to work because disasters are what I do for a living…


Organizational Resilience Remains Elusive – Especially In Europe

Organizational resilience can be defined as ‘staying power’ – the ability to maintain long-term growth by showing strategic adaptability, innovation, and an ability to weather the unexpected storms. But a global study of business leaders reveals that only one-third (29%) believe their firms have a culture that has embraced such an idea of ‘resilience.’ Shockingly, compared to their counterparts in North America and Asia-Pacific, European businesses appear to be far behind. Organizational resilience: Building an enduring enterprise, released by the Economist…



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