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Resilience and wellbeing

Develop skills and habits to help yourself thrive

Constant change and occasional crises are energising for some. For others, they are wearing and potentially stressful. We all need to have strategies in place for building and maintaining our resilience and recognising what we need for personal wellbeing.

 

Everyone builds their resilience and creates personal wellbeing differently—many roads lead to the same destination. That’s why we bring in a wide variety of ideas and approaches that resonate with different people. We want to help you establish habits that support changes in thought and behaviour.

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Build your resilience and wellbeing

Our approach is underpinned by the latest thinking and research, and always grounded in what is practical for you. The approach might include:

  • defining resilience and wellbeing

  • adopting Te Whare Tapa Whā approach to wellbeing

  • recharging, rather than charging on

  • cognitive behaviour therapy methods

  • physical activities and ways of thinking that become habits.  

 

Our resilience and wellbeing learning, coaching and consulting centres on finding your overall purpose, as an individual and as an organisation. We look at training your mind, engaging your emotions, energising your body, mastering stress and rumination; and concentrating on what you can control.

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Our latest thinking on resilience and wellbeing

Do we expect too much of agile?

Hilary Bryan

blog post

30 May 2021

Do we expect too much of agile?

Frankly yes - particularly when it comes to embracing diversity, equity and inclusion. But is there any reason why agile can't embrace DE & I?