About Cynthia Green
Why is resilience in the workplace even more important today? A pandemic, epidemic of mental distress, info-demic (overload of information, often false or misleading) all contribute to burnout - the silent thief that robs our productivity, purpose and meaning, to the point of becoming cynical and doubting our abilities.
The Resilience at Work model is a complimentary set of measures that are inter-related, scientifically researched, and consider all aspects of resilience - physical, cognitive, emotional and spiritual (purpose and values).These engaging and interactive workshops, seminars and retreats help organizations and individuals build their resilience toolkit.
Resilience is defined as the ability to overcome adversity and adapt to change and uncertainty.
continually evaluate and adapt is crucial to living and working well.continually evaluate and adapt is crucial to living and working well.