Find Your Personal Top 3 Ways to Build Resilience

How To Build Resilient And Thriving Teams

The data is fascinating: A good job (“career well-being”) is the most influential driver of overall well-being. This highlights the critical influence managers have in the lives of the population. A must-read for modern business leaders is WELLBEING AT WORK: How to Build Resilient and Thriving Teams (May 2021), by Jim Clifton, Chairman and CEO of Gallup, and Jim Harter, Ph.D., Chief Scientist, Workplace for Gallup.

“When employees are thriving and feel the organization cares for them, Gallup shows 95 percent are engaged.”

Colleen Reilly – PhD candidate and teaching professor at the University of Denver

The book is based on 100 million interviews across 160 countries measuring well-being in daily lives. “Well-being is the catalyst organizations need to cultivate engaged, thriving employees who perform at their best every day. Your employees’ well-being influences every aspect of your business performance,” according to Jim Harter…

Find Your Personal Top 3 Ways to Build Resilience

Caring for patients during the pandemic tested nurses’ resilience. COVID-19 is not the first crisis to try their ability to push through hard times — and it will not be the last. But building resilience over time can be more helpful than you can imagine.

Extend compassion toward yourself.​ You are doing the best you can right now.

All nurses can build resilience, according to Ronda Mintz-Binder, DNP, RN, CNE, Associate Professor, School of Nursing at Texas Tech University Health Science Center, Lubbock, Texas.

“There is a huge connection — a correlation — between resiliency and stress,” said Mintz-Binder. “If stress is extremely high, it’s really hard to maintain that resiliency. If your resiliency is high and if you are able to build that, it helps to reduce job stress, burnout, compassion fatigue, etc….

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