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THINK GLOBAL PEOPLE LEARNING & DE VELOPMENT


Think GLOBAL PEOPLE


WORKSHOP 6


2pm BST OCT


WHY IS RESILIENCE IMPORTANT RIGHT NOW? Speaking ahead of his online Resilience Workshop for Think Global People, Paul Williamson explains, “I think people’s resilience is being tested now to a greater degree than ever before. The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted everyone’s lives in countless ways and created an unprecedented amount of change. For some people, adapting to working from home has stretched them in terms of work-life balance. Other people have had to contend with home schooling, too. For some, adjusting to being furloughed has been a big adjustment. Others have lost their jobs through redundancy. “Add to that the social implications of the


pandemic with regards to isolation, social distancing and restriction of movement during lockdown, and we can see that many people are really feeling the impact of these changes. “Given all these changes and the fact so


many of them are completely beyond our control, it is easy to allow our emotions to get the better of us, or to get overwhelmed by the degree of change. “All change requires energy and lots of it.


With most change comes the requirement to learn a new way of doing things. This exposes individuals, teams and organisations to the unknown. The unknown can be frightening, sometimes exciting – frequently both.” Research from McKinsey and Company


shows that 70% of all organisational change initiatives fail. That’s an astonishing statistic and indicates traditional approaches to managing change are serving us poorly. “One of the issues I frequently see comes


from a fundamental misunderstanding of what resilience actually is”, he says. “Many people define resilience as a


kind of toughening-up process. Putting on armour so you can battle through. A state where you remain rigid and fundamentally unwilling to change, where you push through adversity and then bounce back to what you were before.


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BUILDING


RESILIENCE FOR


CHANGING TIMES WITH PAUL WILLIAMSON


“Resilience is actually all about flexibility –


it’s the complete opposite of rigidity. When we’re resilient we are free to move around, to stretch and take the strain. We have access to our resourcefulness and creativity, and invest our energy wisely in the right activities to get the best results. We accept change and work with it, not against it. We are agile and adapt to new circumstances and challenges, keeping perspective. “The good news is that we are all naturally


resilient and by investing some time and reflection into recognising this and growing our capacity in this area serves us, and those around us, extremely well.”


WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND The simple techniques and strategies covered in this programme will enable you to develop a reliable model of resilience to return to time and time again.


BOOK NOW


Book your place on Eventbrite https://bit.ly/35yNP6C, email events@relocatemagazine.com or call the Relocate Global and Think Global People team on +44 (0)1892 891334.


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