Dee's Key's to to Busting Stress and Building Resilience
10 tools that boost bounce back and help maintain a healthy work life balance.
Change, lack of resources, poor communication, and increased responsibility are just a few things that cause stress and can halt production of even the best leaders. It’s not what happens to us but how we respond to what is happening to us that has the strongest impact in our lives. As a US Naval Officer during two wars, Dee understands resilience at the highest level. She learned and lived adjusting quickly to new conditions, changing direction when required, and incorporating life’s events as smoothly as possible into the flow of the mission. She’s packaged her best acquired components into Dee’s Keys to Busting Stress and Building Resilience that will empower you to:
Adjust more easily to life’s ups and downs, changes and failures.
Increase self-awareness about personal and work conditions that trigger stress and imbalance.
Recognize high-stress symptoms in yourself and others and what to do about it.
Build a back pack of tools, skills and resources that boost team resilience.
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Why Dee is key on resilience.
The world breaks everyone, and afterward, some are strong at the broken places.”
The adaptability to change, difficulty, failure and stress is identified as one of the top skills needed for effective leadership. With all that is demanded of us, it’s not always easy to bounce back and keep moving forward. Ill-equipped leaders become rattled and unbalanced and never regain composure during rough periods. I am grateful to have been part of The US military - an organization of brilliant and resilient men and women. I loved serving my country, yet it was the best of times and the most difficult of times. The day I retired I realized that every time I was convinced I couldn’t go on, I had. My leaders were there to mentor me until I was able to do it for others. I’ve learned great lesson on resilience to give back and teach others.
What do effective leaders need to be resilient?
According to the American Psychological Association, resilience is “the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats, or significant sources of stress.”
That’s all great but how do you adapt? Do you have the right skills and inner resources to call upon? Where do you find them and how can you help your team bounce back from stress, failure or adversity? The answer…resilience can be learned, and when practiced can help turn an average manager into an effective leader.
Resilient leaders have the skill to go through hard times, resolve problems and instill
confidence in their team when times are stormy.
Resilient leaders help build prosperous and peak performing organizations
regardless of the circumstances they face.
Resilient leaders support individuals to positively pursue new ideas and alternative
solutions when change happens.