7 Organizational Strategies for Resilience

Small Ways to Take Care Of Your Mental Health at Work

Thrive and SHRM recently brought together over 90 companies to pledge to continue prioritizing the mental health and well-being of their employees. We launched the pledge amid growing concerns that as the economic times are getting tougher, the advances made during the last two years in support of employee mental health could be lost. And if we’re going to set ourselves up for long-term success, we need to build on the lessons of the past two years — since it’s in challenging times that we most need to double down on our mental resilience.

We asked our Thrive community to share with us the small ways they take care of their mental health at work. Which of these ideas will you try…READ ON

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Image: Cicero’s Speech Attacking Catilina in the Roman Senate by Hans W. Schmidt, 1912, via Meibohm Fine Arts.

7 Organizational Strategies for Resilience

No matter what type of organization you help run, if you are a leader, you should be promoting resilience and agility in the workplace.


When the individuals that make up an organization are better able to face challenges, the entire system is strengthened. Resilience mitigated risks, ensuring that challenges won’t set your business back as far they could.

Organizations improve their overall resilience when they can:

· anticipate disruptions

· prepare for roadblocks

· respond to sudden changes

· adapt to new systems

Resilience is essential if you want your business, systems, and teams to not just survive but prosper.

But resilience in an organization requires both collaboration and trauma-informed strategies. It’s easier said than done.

Luckily, I have 7 methods for promoting organizational resilience that you can start applying today…READ ON

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