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4 Steps for Building Your Team’s Resilience

 

Epidemic infectious disease outbreak with person analyzing virus strain and worldwide situation. SARS-CoV-2 pathogen causing coronavirus covid-19 pandemic disrupting social and economic life

Epidemic infectious disease outbreak with person analyzing virus strain and worldwide situation. SARS-CoV-2 pathogen causing coronavirus covid-19 pandemic disrupting social and economic life. Full story: https://facilityexecutive.com/2020/07/employees-say-organizations-dont-have-resilience-to-navigate-a-crisis/

How to Use Meditation to Cope With Loneliness and Negative Self-Talk, According to Solo Explorer Colin O’Brady

When COVID-19 hit and isolation became the norm for majority of the world, many found it difficult to cope with loneliness. Grappling with a global pandemic understandably heightens feelings of fear and anxiety. To better manage negative thoughts and self-talk, we tapped one of the world’s greatest solo adventurers, Colin O’Brady. He’s a professional endurance athlete and explorer who holds the speed record for the Explorer’s Grand Slam, reaching the North Pole, South Pole, and highest peak on each continent, in 139 days. In 2018, he completed a 932-mile solo and unsupported journey across Antarctica in 54 days. Here’s how O’Brady has learned to overcome the most extreme psychological stressors…

 

4 Steps for Building Your Team’s Resilience

Resilience is crucial for the success of teams as well as individuals. While typically we think of resilience as a personal trait that someone either has or doesn’t have, resilience is also a team trait. In the context of teams, resilience can be developed and shaped by leaders. By proactively helping your team build resilience, you will benefit from more engaged and productive employees and better short- and long-term outcomes — especially in the era of COVID-19…

 

Resilience is learned, not inherent: Olympian Alisa Camplin

People don’t get much tougher than Australian Winter Olympic gold medallist Alisa Camplin AM. The ex-gymnast, accomplished sailor and medal-winning aerial skier has suffered nine concussions and broken a lot of bones and tendons.

But Camplin is finding the impact of Covid-19 tough to manage. Now an accomplished motivational speaker focused on resilience, human performance and preparation for success, she has cut short her world travels this year to home school her two children…

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