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Privacy Management Goal: Resilience or Maturity
Resilience is the ability to adapt and recover from catastrophes, hazards or mishaps, whereby one usually learns how to mitigate, if not eliminate, the risks of a similar event arising in the future.
Judging from online sentiments expressed recently, an increasing number of Filipinos have grown tired of being called resilient. Intended as a compliment, a careful examination of the context Filipinos are often associated with such quality explains this shift in attitude. It reveals that people are tired of simply outlasting problems. They are no longer content with recovery, while seeing the same recurring issues with no signs of significant improvement in the way they are dealt with….
Four Ways to Succeed as a New Employee by Developing Resiliency
When it comes to enjoying a successful nursing career, the importance of developing resiliency cannot be underestimated.
While nursing is fulfilling and exciting, it’s also fast-paced, competitive, and ever-changing. Because of this, nurses are experiencing burnout and exhaustion at a dramatic rate across the United States. A recent report found that nearly half a million registered nurses had left their profession nationwide, with about one-third of nurses surveyed reporting an emotional exhaustion score that qualified them as “high burnout.”…
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