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Resilient: How to Grow an Unshakable Core of Calm, Strength, and Happiness [book]

5 ways to make your HR team more resilient to employment law challenges

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“Individual resilience is a very personal thing, influenced by an array of factors…however, a team member is far more likely to exhibit resilience if the workplace environment is one that encourages the collective to thrive irrespective of what is thrown at them.” HR News

Resilience is a word becoming so frequently used in the workplace that it has almost lost its meaning. But once defined and understood – as a robustness to recover from difficult situations – HR teams will be far better equipped to be more resilient in 2019, particularly when it comes to the myriad of challenges posed by evolving employment legislation. Here, Arwen Makin, senior solicitor at ESP Law, shares her 5 ways to develop that all-important resilience skill…

 

Resilient: How to Grow an Unshakable Core of Calm, Strength, and Happiness

One needs resilience in order to withstand uncertainty and whirlwinds, and to achieve lifelong happiness. In his latest book, Resilient: How to Grow an Unshakable Core of Calm, Strength, and Happiness, Dr Hanson discusses the scientifically grounded foundation for lasting wellbeing. He cites inner strengths including grit, gratitude, compassion, and courage, that can fortify resilience to help overcome life’s inevitable adversities.

With a blend of mindfulness, neuroscience, and practical positive psychology, he discusses general themes of recognizing, resourcing, regulating, and relating. Suggestions, experiential practices, and personal experiences are conveyed in an easy to read and informative manner. Each chapter contains experiential exercises and concludes with key take away points…

 

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