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rESILIENce

In psychology, the term resilience describes the resistance of people in crises, trauma or great stress. 

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Training Description

In this training, the participants examine their own lives. We search for patterns each person has developed, how they influence everyday life and how to overcome them.

In a second step, we work on strategies to sharpen our perception, actively replenish our energy resources, and develop resilience for crises through personal development.

Contents at a Glance

Fundamentals
  • Definition
  • Resilience Research
  • The origin of the seven pillars of resilience
The seven pillars of resilience
  • Optimism
  • Acceptance
  • Solution-oriented thinking
  • Self-control
  • Shaping relationships
  • Taking responsibility
  • Determining personal resilience
Analyse your own life
  • Strengthen self-confidence
  • Manage your roles
  • Reducing stress
  • Biography work
  • Balancing inner drivers
Inner mindfulness
  • Inner mindfulness
Build resilience
  • From self-awareness to self-leadership
  • Setting boundaries
  • Actively dealing with conflicts
  • Using your network
Resilience Exercises
  • Resilience Exercises

THE SEVEN PILLARS OF RESILIENCE

The model is based on the research of Karen Reivich and Andrew Shatté, who published their findings in the book “The Resilience Factor: 7 Keys to Finding Your Inner Strength and Overcoming Life’s Hurdles”.

We’ll introduce each of the pillars of resilience in a little more detail below and provide an exercise for each to help you strengthen your resilience. At the end of the training, you will find more practices for your personal use in the last section.

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