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Resilience is the ability to cope with challenges and disruptions, emerging stronger, wiser, and more able from the experience.
In a workplace setting, this can be applied to employees’ abilities to manage anything from a tough workload to frustrating colleagues.
Greater resilience is key to managing stress, but remember that too much stress is a risk factor for conditions such as anxiety and depression.
While it’s good to be able to manage stress and hostile situations, if your workplace is putting a strain on your mental health then resilience may not be the only answer.
Coping with Adversity
Coping with adversity means effectively dealing with a very difficult situation and growing from the experience.
To overcome adversity is to be resilient and to know not to feel singled out or discriminated against because tough times happen to everyone.
When tough times happen, accepting the situation as it is—it’s time to sink or swim—will help you become a more resilient person.
Resilience is not a skill that is learned overnight, it is something that must be practiced, nurtured, and built upon.
Resilience is a choice, choosing not to get stuck, choosing your attitude, asking for help, and finding alternatives to move forward from a situation.
Another effective way of being resilient is seeing the positive in a negative situation and hoping that things will work out. Psychology calls this Benefit finding.
How Do You Cope with Adversity? Accept the truth of the situation Focus on things you can control Reach out and ask for help Take time to care for your self and your needs Try to be calm and find a logical solution Deal with each problem one step at a time Celebrate small wins Try to maintain a hopeful outlook Express gratitude Be kind to yourself and others
Which of the following statement is NOT true about how to cope with adversity?
The Role of Resilience
Resilience (or resiliency) is our ability to adapt and bounce back when things don't go as planned. Resilient people don't wallow or dwell on failures; they acknowledge the situation, learn from their mistakes, and then move forward.
People need to be resilient to cope and bounce back from challenging situations, and take these as opportunities for success and growth.
Resilience is critical at the workplace as employees are able to better manage work-related stress, develop competitiveness in the job market and handle any challenges with an open mind.
Studies have proven that a lack of resilience can be an agent of stress, anxiety, and depression which most often impact workplace productivity, relationships, and health.
Which of these is the role of resilience?
Resilient people have a positive image of the future. That is, they maintain a positive outlook, and envision brighter days ahead.
Resilient people have solid goals, and a desire to achieve those goals.
Resilient people are empathetic and compassionate, however, they don't waste time worrying what others think of them. They maintain healthy relationships but don't bow to peer pressure.
Resilient people never think of themselves as victims – they focus their time and energy on changing the things that they have control over.
Building Workplace Resilience
A fast-paced culture is what allows companies to cope with the ever-changing demands of the industry. But often, this pace can lead to stress and burnout for employees.
Navigating through the daily challenges in the workplace requires skills and strategies that can be developed. Resilience is a key strategy that helps employees tackle stress, workplace conflicts, and address challenges of the job.
Building workplace resilience is a way to reframe each employee’s thinking so that they can see the difficulties of daily situations in new ways and experience the positive benefits of going through the challenges that come their way.
By building workplace resilience, employees would be able to lift themselves up from a challenge and come out even stronger instead of experiencing an overwhelming downwards spiral when they encounter stress in the workplace.
Which of these is the key pillars of building resilience?
How To Create A Resilient Workplace Understand Your Employees People who are supported, motivated and equipped are best positioned to overcome obstacles and distractions. Consider Resilience Training A dynamic work environment needs resiliency training to elevate job performance and work engagement. Engage Leadership Employees are more likely to participate in resilience programs when the organization’s leaders are involved Create A Resilient Culture Building or improving a resilient culture is strengthened by a company-wide statement showing support for employees and a commitment to addressing resilience. Improve Work Environment To improve the work environment, consider the following: Allow autonomy whenever possible Reward good work Provide access to services and support Allow Flexible Schedules Be Reasonable about Work Expectations
It is good to be aware of self reactions with uncontrolled situations. Also, everyone should address heavy loads at work and not to be stressed and annoyed.