Signs and Impact of Resilience2 Hour Live Masterclass (Remote)
Who should attend our Signs and Impact of Resilience Masterclass (2 Hours)?
Our Signs and Impact of Resilience Masterclass is suitable for anyone who wants to learn more about resilience and would like to take proactive steps to build their own personal resilience.
It is particularly suitable for managers, team leaders and supervisors who want to build resilience in either themselves as leaders or in their team. It is also suitable for new and aspiring managers and supervisors who want to develop themselves in readiness for a leadership role.
It is recommended as a first course for team leaders, supervisors and managers who may be attending for the first time or as a refresher for those who have attended this training before or have more experience.
There are no prerequisites for attending this course.
Dates of next course:
|Dates:||9th May 2023|
20th June 2023
|Cost:||£29 per person|
To book your place on this course, please click the ‘book now’ button below.
Signs and Impact of Resilience Request
What Will Learners Gain From Participation?
By the end of this 2 hour Masterclass , delegates will be able to identify how resilient they and the team they lead are and plan to take action. You will achieve this by:
- Understanding the core principles of resilience
- Recognising the signs of low resilience and understand its impac
- Being able to analyse and assess personal and team resilience levels
- Know what steps to take to build resilience and plan for this
1. Understanding resilience and its impact
Be able to define resilience
Understanding the impact of low resilience in the workplace
Be able to explain why resilience is important
3. Assessing personal and team resilience
Be able to identify own resilience levels
Be able to identify team resilience levels
2. Core principles of resilience
Be able to describe the 5 core principles of resilience
Knowing and being able to identify signs and symptoms of low resilience
Identifying key benefits of high resilience in the workplace
4. Planning for resilience
Create a resilience development plan
Meet the Trainer
Founder & CEO
An MSc Occupational Psychology graduate from the School of
Psychology, Queen’s University of Belfast , Nigel has over 23 years’
experience across the sectors – public, private and not-for-profit.
He is a highly experienced ILM practitioner, having established his first Approved ILM Centre in 2005. Since then, he has successfully delivered ILM accredited programmes in Leadership & Management, Coaching and Mentoring and Train the Trainer to a wide range of clients across the sectors and hundreds of learners.
Nigel enjoys a 100% success rate in guidling learners to achievement of ILM qualifications. He has been able to achieve and maintain this record through a diligent understanding of ILM specifications, assessment and quality assurance requirements and working to exceed all requirements. He is also a former ILM External Quality Assurance Consultant with over 10 years’ experience.
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“All training was clear, precise and well communicated. Time was taken to help make you understand the task or project and make you see it from another point of view”
“Nigel is a fantastic trainer, great knowledge and experience of course. He really helped me overcome nerves/fears while training”
“The activities really put the information into context and in some cases allowed me to apply it back to my work situation almost immediately.”
“Nigel’s ability to speak around the content was excellent, he is clearly knowledgeable and experienced in this area.”
“Nigel has spent a lot of time preparing the course content. Hands down it was the best presented course I have been on and it had all the tools including ‘Nigel’s School’ as a back-up which I thought was outstanding”
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