Spirit in Action: Part 1

Spirit in Action: Part 1

“You have covered physical, emotional and cognitive but surely spiritual is the key factor in many people’s resilience?” the question came from a black South African business woman last week. Even across our team she will get a range of answers. Spirit in Action can...

Humans don’t Burn Out

Humans don’t Burn Out

In May 2019, the World Health Organisation (WHO) included “Burn-out” as a syndrome resulting from chronic workplace stress. They call it an occupational phenomenon – not a diagnosis. That is a small mercy. In the ICD-11, “burn-out” it is characterised by: Feelings of...

10 Steps to Mental Health First Aid

10 Steps to Mental Health First Aid

We are waking up to the suffering and cost of mental illness. The World Health Organisation estimates that 1 in 4 of us will suffer from mental illness at some point in our lives. Affecting 450 million people today it is the leading cause of illness. The cost to...

30 Ways to Manage Stress in the Workplace

30 Ways to Manage Stress in the Workplace

Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA) is how strategists describe the modern workplace. Everything is also moving faster. Many work processes that used to take weeks – letters, reporting, travel – are now instantaneous. Humans are not equipped for this...

40 Resilience Training Results

40 Resilience Training Results

At The Resilience Institute, we have made a business of securing the benefits of resilience for our clients around the world. We tracked the impact of resilience interventions using our 60-factor assessment, the Resilience Diagnostic. The data clearly shows that...

Dr Sven on Meditation

Dr Sven on Meditation

Originally published on www.resiliencei.com and reproduced with permission. By Dr Sven Hansen.   Meditation has gone mainstream for good reasons. The evidence confidently shows physical, emotional and cognitive benefits [i] Roughly 2,500 years of dedicated...

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