NewsAs we work with clients who are on the front line of COVID-19, we are blogging daily for the next three weeks on Resilience using the Resilience Alphabet. Please follow with us on this journey.
Quote of the WeekMay your choices reflect your Hopes, not your Fears.
Question to PonderWhat action taken every day would give you the best return on time?
Category Archives: resilience
This is the start of the second week of us thinking about Personal Resilience. How do you counter so much fear, anxiety and worry in the environment right now, to ensure your own well-being whilst keeping your head out of … Continue reading
As we continue to focus on Personal Resilience these two words are like twins for me. Gratitude for what we have (and often take for granted) and Generosity with what we have. Today’s personal resilience challenge is to take a … Continue reading
This picture was taken last year, and I love the expectation on the little faces looking at the beauty of the bright daffodils on a dark night. It is so symbolic of where we might be at the moment, looking … Continue reading
I’m curious about what energises you – and I appreciate you may not immediately think of exercise! At this time we may be feeling the pressure of the work we do if it is on the front line, or the … Continue reading
I spoke with a client last Monday morning who was onto her 14th Day in a row at work. I imagine given the role she has that if I were to speak to her tomorrow that number may well have … Continue reading
Personal resilience is intrinsically linked with the choices we make and the degree of care for others and self-care we engage in. Being mindful of our personal resilience is not a selfish act, and rather a preservation of our health … Continue reading
The thing about behaviour is that by its nature it is largely visible – it is the part of us that others see. Behaviour can be observed at many levels. Last night we saw country-wide behaviour. Thousands of people standing … Continue reading