Build business resilience

Written on the 20 November 2009

RESILIENCE is among the top qualities needed to not only become successful in the business world, but survive market downturns, meet challenges head on and grow from your mistakes.

The Australian Institute of Management (AIM) is running a workshop designed to build the resiliency of participants and help them realise the power to heal, regenerate, and grow beyond the last known limit.

Accredited resiliency trainer Michelle Christodoulou will lead a half-day master-class where participants will be encouraged to think about their individual values, beliefs and behaviours, and provided with tools they can apply to build resilience.

The sessions will involve:
• Understanding the importance of awareness; to take charge of personal energy and build enthusiasm and interest at any time

• Understanding the individual response to stress — what it is and its impact upon personal performance

• Understanding the physiology of resilience and the physical response to stress.

• Knowing how to listen to and respond to internal stress.

• Identifying and where strengths and vulnerabilities lie, and the impact on behavioural, physical and emotional health.

The workshop will be held at AIM’s Robina venue on November 26.

More info at: www.aimevents.com.au


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