Remote Worker Resilience

Course Details

This Remote Worker Resilience course looks at how well a person can adapt to the events in their life, whereby a person with good levels of resilience tends to have the ability to bounce back more quickly and with less stress than someone whose resilience is less developed.

Everyone has resilience, it’s simply a question of how much and how well you put it to good use in your life. Having resilience doesn’t mean an individual doesn’t feel the intensity of the event or problem. Instead, it just means that they’ve found a pretty good way of dealing with it more quickly than others.

When faced with adversity in life or at work, it’s important to be able to work through it and develop personal strategies for dealing with those more difficult situations. The good news is that everyone can learn to enhance their levels of resilience. This course will provide leaders and individuals with the knowledge and tools to enable them to cope with the more demanding situations that we seem to face, day in, day out.


Benefits to you

On completion of this session delegates will be able to

  • Understand what resilience is
  • Develop ways of enhancing their own resilience

Course Contents

  • What resilience is and what it means in the context of the work and personal life.
  • How to develop and enhance their own resilience and those they lead.
  • About the things that support and those that undermines resilience.
  • How to maximise strengths and develop weaknesses in relation to being more resilient.
  • How to change perspective or reframe things about a situation, issue or event.
  • How to develop changes for negative behaviours and responses to situations.
  • The difference between pressure and stress and how to react appropriately to situations.
  • How to build levels of personal confidence and reduce self-doubt.
  • About tools and techniques for improving personal resilience.

Who should attend?

Remote workers who are struggling to develop or enhance their own resilience