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Language: English | Size: 1.29 GB | Duration: 1h 2m
Master the skillset, toolset and mindset of cultivating resilience, reframing adversity and unleashing your potential.
What you'll learn
Use adversity as a catalyst for growth
Master the three C's of resilience: Challenge, Commitment, Control
Fail fast, fail smart and fail forward
Develop an RSF (Relentless Solution Focus)
Embrace the qualities - and avoid the enemies - of a winning mindset
Identify and manage triggers that sap your resilience
Grow your own and your team's resilience by shifting your mindset to reframe challenges
Cultivate more compassion and empathy for yourself and others
Assess your current state of resilience
How to coach others on resilience
Strengthen your ability to manage stress and avoid burnout
Design an action plan for resilience going forward
This course is open to all students who might benefit from increasing their resilience at work.
The only prerequisite is a willingness to reframe adversity as a catalyst for growth and an opportunity to thrive because of it.
The ability to see adversity a catalyst for growth is an essential leadership skill and one of the determining factors in whether an employee thrives or merely survives. It is unlikely that we can slow down the pace of change or eliminate the ongoing challenges we face at work so, instead, let's get the tips, tricks and tools necessary to strengthen our resilience every day. In this course, you will gain simple but powerful tools to strengthen your professional resilience and increase your reputation as someone who can weather any storm and lead with grace under pressure. You will learn the skillset, toolset and mindset to cultivate resilience, especially in those moments when you need it most. More specifically, you'll learn how to:* Reframe adversity as a growth opportunity* Practice and incorporate the 5 qualities of a winning mindset* Adopt the beliefs and habits of highly resilient people* Shift from problem-centric thinking (PCT) to a relentless solution focus (RSF)* Identify and manage your stressors* Fail early, fail smart and fail forward* Best practices of highly resilient and successful Fortune 500 companies* Added bonus for Managers: Building a resilient culture in your organizationYou will be given activities to integrate the learning along the way, and we'll be sure to keep it fun and engaging...after all, it it's not fun, it's forgettable! Enroll today, and you'll be just one hour away from becoming someone who exudes confidence and cultivates professional resilience everyday, no matter what the day may bring.
Section 1: Welcome & Intro to this Course
Lecture 1 Welcome and Course Objective
Section 2: Professional Resilience: An Essential Leadership Skill
Lecture 2 Reframing adversity
Lecture 3 The benefits of resilience
Section 3: Beliefs and Habits of Highly Resilient People
Lecture 4 Resilience is a practice not a trait
Lecture 5 Growth Mindset and the power of 'yet'
Lecture 6 Practicing compassion for ourselves and others
Section 4: How to Build Resilience: External Skills
Lecture 7 Embrace Challenge
Lecture 8 Establish Commitment
Lecture 9 Take Control
Section 5: How to Build Resilience: Internal Skills
Lecture 10 The importance of recovery
Lecture 11 Identifying and managing your stressors
Section 6: Adopting a Winning Mindset
Lecture 12 The power and importance of adopting a winning mindset
Lecture 13 5 qualities of a winning mindset
Lecture 14 Visualization: A long-term approach to a winning mindset
Lecture 15 Overcoming Obstacles via the WOOP model
Lecture 16 Enemies of a winning mindset
Section 7: Failing Forward
Lecture 17 Reframing the 'F' word (both failure and fear)
Lecture 18 Failing Forward
Lecture 19 Thriving companies who practice resilience
Section 8: Building a Resilient Culture in Your Organization: A Bonus Section for Managers
Lecture 20 Nurturing and growing resilience in an organization
Lecture 21 Creating psychological safety
Lecture 22 Reflection for resilience: The PaL Process
Lecture 23 Coaching others on resilience
Section 9: Wrap-Up
Lecture 24 Summary & Call to action
Lecture 25 Thank you
Ideally, students should be employed in an organizing where they are individual contributors and/or managing others.
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