The term ‘Resilience’ has become widespread in communications and conversations, but it is often misconstrued as a trait of unwavering strength, toughness, the ability to soldier on. Whilst these can be facets of resilience, true resilience is about employing emotionally intelligent skills, skills that anyone can learn and that anyone can improve.
When control is not in your hands or when you falter or fail, this is when the restorative power of resilience comes in to play.
It is the strength that keeps all our pieces together right when we feel they are about to fall apart.
The ability to be psychologically resilient is both necessary and attainable for all of us.
Here’s How – PR6 Resilience Model
The strengths based approach to building resilience.
We use the PR6 Resilience Model as a starting point to Reframing Resilience from reactive to proactive.
This is a way to get insight and understanding of the fundamentals that build resilience and reduce the risk of mental distress.
Research and Data
This report analysed trends, illustrating Australians’ changing resilience levels from July 2019 through to September 2021.
Interestingly, only 1 in 10 people are in the protective zone of resilience – showing that 9 in 10 people can benefit from learning resilience skills.
Do you want to find out how resilient you or your team are?
Do you want to explore the six fundamental domains of resilience through an interactive workshop?
Do you want to become a champion and help others through Resilience First Aid?