& HOW RESILIENCE CHANGES BUSINESS
Resilient managers are able to understand, interpret & discover new insights about their team’s resilience and wellbeing levels even during times of change, high pressure, and stress.
Why is resilience in managers so important?
Resilience provides you with a protective factor to deal effectively with times of change, high pressure, and stress – a quality you can pass on to your team. It is a core leadership skill and has a significant impact on:
- Your Performance
- Your Mental Health
- Your Job Satisfaction
- Your Physical Health
- Your Staff
- Your Company’s Success
The Manager’s Role in Resilience
Management matters, but leadership matters more. Managers bear a great responsibility to coordinate actions across organisations to ultimately help the business achieve its strategic goals.
The more we learn about the psychology of management, the more we realise the crucial power managers can have on the wellness of staff. Education and training are necessary to build an optimal work environment where people can thrive, stay motivated and give their best.
This is why resilience is a core leadership skill that all managers must invest in.
How do you build staff resilience?
Driven’s resilience approach:
- Driven helps managers to understand, interpret and discover new insights about their team’s resilience and wellbeing levels
- Driven creates reports to give you an overview of your team’s resilience and how everyone is tracking as a group
- Driven explains the 6 domains of resilience to effectively communicate through a shared language
- Driven teaches managers how to talk about and support resilience and wellbeing within their teams
- Driven enables you to compare your team with normal scores to understand where your team is at currently
- Driven predicts of where your team might be heading in the future
Ready to become a resilient manager?
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