Most organisations experience times of acute pressure and stress. Good organisations have been paying attention to this for a while. They want their people to be as resilient as possible, to be able to best cope with these times. It is important to remember that resilience naturally goes up and down. Building resilience is benefited by intentional, specific actions. Therefore, paying attention to the set of exercises and interventions that will develop resilience is wise. In contrast to dealing with stress in the moment, helping people to develop resilience, like a psychological immune system, takes time to develop. The exercises and approaches to achieve this outcome are typically different to stress-reduction techniques and require a different strategy.
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