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When is is an uplifting class that reaffirms how important resiliency is. It is a skill that few are born with but one we can all learn.
When introducing this topic point out resiliency is considered to be the numbered one skill for both professional and personal life.

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BLI Staying Strong and Resilient

When is is an uplifting class that reaffirms how important resiliency is. It is a skill that few are born with but one we can all learn. When introducing this topic point out resiliency is considered to be the numbered one skill for both professional and personal life.

 Coping   Motivation   Resilience

 

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Lucy Standing, Director, Standing Associates on Feb 07 2014 at 14:02

Comment: Wendy Kaufman and the BLI team have a great understanding of all the issues which help contribute to making a good work life balance, and resilience is certainly one of them. They've also shared other courses on good nutrition, leadership, goal setting.. Wendy is based in the US and am sure will consult and help others widely.

Rajdeep Renoo, 0 on Sep 22 2013 at 17:09

Comment: In a time where jobs are limited and opportunities are scare for those in work, one needs to keep motivated enough not to lose momentum. On initial thoughts, I was happy to see that the reasoning behind why I chose to review this training content was re-iterated in the very first slide. The very first slide depicts an image of what it appears (from my perspective) as a working person trying to not get swept away from what life is throwing at him. A clearly engaging first impression. The author has clearly thought of the appropriate audience and caters the content to an entry level audience. Good initial ice breaker techniques allowing delegates to learn from one another, encouraging team work and again a reason to learn from others experiences. Speaking from employment within a dyslexia organisation, the slides may have benefit an audience further from a deeper font colour so the text pops out because those that may be visually impaired or dyslexic may struggle to read them effectively. It’s best to have an off white background (which has been done) with complimenting colours and fonts that are easily digestible. The author adopts principles of positive thinking to the presentation, promoting optimism (through images too). This is used throughout the training package and really helped me to take a step back and really scrutinise what I perceive as stressful. It made me want to see what tips and helpful hints the next slide and complimenting notes may bring. The content is well thought out but I would have preferred slightly more depth of information which delves a bit deeper; the price for the content may need to be reviewed as well. The author may want to be aware of their punctuation but this does not supersede the content displayed. A nice treat at the end where famous people have been linked to being resilient and have succeeded through self-efficacy. Being resilient is not an innate behaviour; it must be learnt through life experiences. Worth having a look at for both personal and professional use!

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