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Building Resilience: Five Simple Steps to Thrive

Black Summer and Beyond photo exhibition highlights the strength, bravery and resilience of the Macleay. Full story: https://www.macleayargus.com.au/story/7002545/black-summer-and-beyond-photo-exhibition-highlights-the-strength-bravery-and-resilience-of-the-macleay/?cs=1526

Resilient Employees Are Much More Motivated: Aon Report

86% of resilient employees said they are highly motivated, while only 44% of employees identified as non-resilient said they are highly motivated.

When the mind is free of stress, it performs better and to its full potential. This principle applies to employees, especially in a crisis-ridden world. The higher the pressure on them from rising job uncertainty, health-related worries, and financial crunches, the lower their ability to remain motivated enough to perform.

Aon’s new report, The Rising Resilient, validates and reinforces this belief and link. 86% of resilient employees said that they are highly motivated. In contrast, only 44% of employees who were identified as non-resilient said they are highly motivated. Also, as per the report, only 30% of the employees are currently resilient. The data was collected from 2,500 survey participants in France, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, and the United Kingdom…

Building Resilience: Five Simple Steps to Thrive

Realistically, none of us can control other people’s behaviour. We can’t stop people from having big family gatherings, packing bars or attending large events. We can’t control whether or not people practice social distancing or mask wearing, either.

But, do you know what you can do? You can be cautious with your own behaviour and you can take control over your own health and build resiliency. Because, real talk, many of us will contract COVID-19 or influenza. It’s our job and our responsibility to make sure our health is in tip-top shape so that our immune systems can tackle any virus that comes along…

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