Building your resilience is one of the free CABA courses developed by Dr Hilary Lindsay, which identified career adaptability as a critical element of lifelong learning and professional development.
The research identified 5 attributes within career adaptability - engaging, exploring, experimenting, positive attitude and self-belief. Building your resilience along with our 11 other career adaptability courses will show you how to develop these attributes, helping you to shape your career and have the future you want.
Provides the skills you need to cope effectively with setbacks and stress.
Our Building your resilience course explores the tools you need to develop a resilient mindset and attitude.
Most of us know what setbacks feel like. The way you react to challenges and setbacks is a reflection of how resilient you are. Resilient people don't dwell on the fact that things don't always go their way, so when something doesn't go quite as planned they simply learn from their experiences and move forward.
Resilience also means adopting healthy strategies for managing stress, and being fully aware of the difference between pressure - which can be positive and motivating - and stress, a natural reaction to too much pressure.
In fact, you could say resilience is the cornerstone of adaptability - an attribute we all need during times of rapid change if we want to achieve our goals.
By completing this course you will learn how to develop your resilience both in and out of the workplace. You'll find out how to boost your self-belief and adopt a more positive attitude, which will help increase your career adaptability skills. This course will also equip you with the tools you need to manage stress effectively.
Our Building your resilience course takes place in several UK locations and is suitable for ICAEW chartered accountants working at any level within the public, voluntary, corporate and private sector. It's ideal for anyone who wants to learn healthier ways of dealing with setbacks and stress in both professional and personal life.
Delegates must be open to looking at how their emotions can impact on everything they do and say, within a safe and supportive environment.
Why not also sign up for one or more of our other courses designed to boost your career adaptability: managing personal change effectively, to identify ways to adjust to change more successfully; developing and maintaining a growth mindset, to achieve personal and professional success; develop your personal brand, to boost your impact, know your values and increase your confidence: emotional intelligence for success, to increase self-awareness and better relationships; introduction to mindfulness, to recognise how practising mindfulness can reduce stress, increase wellbeing and enable you to manage your emotions and where next? planning the next step in your career, to help you be more positive and proactive when you're ready to make a career move.