New research: Building Resilience: five key capabilities
Resilience is critical for leaders in the modern day, VUCA world. Based on an extensive review of evidence incorporating the rapidly developing field of social neuroscience and a survey of over 1,000 managers, Roffey Park has developed a statistically robust model of personal resilience based around five key capabilities that can be developed:
- Emotional intelligence
- Purpose, values and strengths
- Managing physical energy
This research report is available as a download for a cost of £10.
Can you adapt to stressful situations better than others? Do you have the ability to manage a large workload? Are you paying attention to how you cope with change? Are you able to recover quickly from adverse experiences?
Resilience is as relevant now as it has even been as we juggle a workplace, that is disruptive and ever changing, with the demands from home. Based on robust research Roffey Park has developed the Resilience Capability Index (RCI), a short online tool to help you assess your own resilience capabilities across five domains.
Anyone thinking that the interest in resilience was just ‘flavour of the month’ five or six years ago, when a plethora of books on the subject hit the bookshops, may need to think again. Adrian Lock, Senior Consultant at Roffey Park, explores debunking the myths around resilience and how to grow your own capability.