What is Resilience?

According to Darwin,
“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.”
Currently, advanced technologies such as AI, IoT, big data, and cloud have become widespread, and the speed of business has increased due to digitalization and networking. Darwin’s statement really fits our society now.
Resilience was defined by most as the ability to recover from setbacks, adapt well to change, and keep going in the face of adversity. In the workplace, it also means the need to keep up with the inexorably accelerating pace of change, the challenges of the managing difficult people or office politics at work, stress brought on by overwork.
At Resilie Laboratory, we make efforts to assist organization and to obtain and maintain optimum level of wellbeing by enhancing their resilience so that we can jointly create sustainable society.

Our Resilience Approach

Resilient people adapt to changing situations by drawing on their internal and external resources. With the knowledge that change is a certainty in life we adapt and handle this better if we employ identified resilient skill sets and behaviors.
Resilience doesn’t make problems go away, it’s not a magic cure or formula; rather, resilience gives us the ability to build on successes in small ways, to be clear about our values and to be realistic about where and how to focus energy.
These skills and behaviours are not only useful in adverse times but can enrich and expand life for us every day .
Employing our resilience gives us confidence to try new things and step out of the box as well as deepening our connections with life.
Resilie has exclusive rights to use Positivelives’ Resilience assessment and tools. Positivelives invented resilience approach for Tansport for London and conducted resilience training for drivers of Transport for London and reduced the stress related medical leaves of drivers significantly. Later, positivelives conducted resilience training for 8,000 employees of Transport for London who were involved in London Olympic/Paralympic.

There are 6 elements in Resilience.
1.Inner strength
2.Harness your Thinking
3.Apply Yourself
4.Nurture Connections
5.Self Control
6.Positive Life Habits
Resilie utilize evidence based resilience assessment, conduct training and coaching to enhance resilience.

*Resilie Laboratory has exclusive rights to use resilience assessment through copyright agreement with Positivelives Inc. in U.K.

There are 6 elements in Resilience.

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