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5 Ways to Build Resilience

We can’t always control what happens around us. Rather than feeling helpless and angry, we need to focus on the positive and draw upon the strength within us. It comes down to resilience.

Think & Lead Through Crisis

Resilient people are able to THINK and lead themselves (and others) through a crisis.  Resilience can’t solve all your problems or make a challenging situation disappear. But it can help immensely during times of change and uncertainty — no matter what is causing the setback.

Embrace the Challenge

Being resilient does not mean that you experience less stress, anxiety, or fear than other people. The pressure is unavoidable.  However, it means that you embrace the challenge and turn it into an opportunity for strength and growth. In many cases, you come out the other side even stronger than they were before.  That is Winning Smart.

Lead with Positive Energy

People who possess this resilience don’t see life through rose-colored lenses. Instead, resilience gives people the strength to meet problems head-on, answer the call to greatness, and lead their team with positive energy.  Even in the face of events that seem impossible, resilience allows people to focus on driving performance so that they don’t just survive but to thrive.

You Are Not Alone

Fortunately, resilience is something that you can build both in yourself and in your team.

The strength to lead and be resilient does not mean that you have to do it alone.  In fact, it is the opposite.  Having people you can trust and count on is important for building resilience.  That is where ELL Well comes in.  You are not alone.  Working through challenges with other people can help you gain insight or even new ideas that might help you better manage the challenges you’re dealing with.

Focus on Things That Are In Your Control

Working through this crisis has been a test for us all.  It can be easy to get overwhelmed by the things that feel far beyond your control. Instead of wishing there was some way you could go back in time or change things, try focusing only on the things that are in your control. Even when the situation seems hopeless, taking realistic steps to help improve the situation, however small these steps may be, can improve your sense of control and resilience.  RDI has shown its resilience.  We will get through this together, and be stronger than ever.


Bronson Trebbi

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