Building a resilient team
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Building a resilient team by Carolyne Crowe. Resilience is a bit of a “buzz” word at the moment, but what does it mean? And importantly, what does it look like in practice? Resilience is a process, not a personality trait. There is no point having “resilient people” if the work environment is inflexible and damaging. The process of building a resilient team is looking at all components of that team; the individuals, managers, leaders, how they communicate and work together along with the environment in which they work. This webinar will explain what resilience is, why it’s important and explores the influences, techniques and approaches that help individuals, teams and practices develop a sustainable and resilient way of working.
Carolyne is an experienced equine vet, a personal performance coach, mentor, international speaker, researcher, lecturer and was awarded the prestigious title of “Life Coach of the Year 2105” at the International coaching awards. Carolyne is a master trainer in DISC behavioural profiling, a CPCAB trainer in Stress management and Wellbeing, a certified trainer in Resilience, a Mental Health First Aider and an Honorary Lecturer of the University of Liverpool. Carolyne has just completed a Masters degree in Workplace Health and Wellbeing and is beginning a PhD. Outside of work Carolyne is a wife of a vet, mother of 2 children and a keen runner