The Manager’s Role in Resilience programme
The purpose of this programme is to:
- Help managers prevent their staff from experiencing strain and stress.
- Help their staff cope effectively with daily working life by preventing events and behaviours that can cause stress.
- Help managers create and sustain a healthy working environment that provokes people to work hard and feel great.
- Help managers behave and act in ways that provoke their staff to have positive attitudes towards them.
- Help managers prevent the need for their staff to call on their resilience at work.
- Help managers help their workforce achieve sustainable peak performance.
This practical programme has been designed for leaders, managers, HR and OD specialists, to acquire the knowledge and skills to implement the changes necessary to reduce the need for the workforce to call on their resilience.
The pack includes everything you need to deliver this programme as a six hour or three hour workshop and a one hour briefing.
The Manager’s Role in Resilience Covers
The programme covers the following using discussion, theories and models of resilience and an extensive variety of exercises:
- The roles of leaders and managers and the challenges they face.
- Understanding what stress really means and the impact of psychopresenteeism on individuals and performance.
- The ingredients of a fabulous place to work and components of psychological wellbeing and personal performance.
- What is required to embed wellbeing and performance into organisations.
- Understanding what makes a fabulous manager and to be self aware of one’s own behaviours.
- Understanding resilience and why it is so important.
- The manager’s role in resilience3.
- How to strengthen their personal resilience and that of their team. Includes a variety of exercises to identify cultural values, corporate values, leadership competencies and relationship and expectation building.
The learning outcomes from the programme are to gain an understanding of:
- What resilience means and why it is important.
- The challenges for which resilience may be needed.
- The role of Managers in the resilience of their people.
- How managers can prevent the need for their people to call on their resilience.
- How to embed the techniques and exercises into routine daily working lives.
What delegates say about the certification programme
“Excellent all the way through! All questions answered by phone or email and made me feel very reassured that I knew all I needed to know.”
“The facilitators pack is a fantastic resource. It’s well laid out and the background reading was useful to look at prior to the start of the training. It’s very flexible and the training plan suggestions for the different length of sessions is great.”
“The Facilitator Guide is ‘fantastic – I’ve seen a few and this is the best I’ve seen so far. The slides and match to workbook make it so easy to use – thank you’.”
“It seems to be of a high quality and created with the goal of making it as easy as possible for the trainer to use.”
“I was happy to hear that the wording in the workbook etc. can be tailored to my global participants. Very flexible.”
“The facilitator pack was superb!”
“Thank you for everything, the workshop was everything I wanted and much more. The group was really well balanced and we all supported each other and shared our knowledge. It was a pleasure to meet you too, thank you for bringing your energy and enthusiasm – it is infectious.”
“All very well written, clear and lots of background information, which will be useful. The slides are clear and uncluttered, have lots of visual stimulation for different types of learners and will form a good structure to delivering the course.”