We'll explore the ways in which we can support ourselves holistically, to become better equipped for whatever comes our way at work.

We all face challenging times at work, as in most areas of our lives. We might be great at planning and mitigating risks, but at times there will be situations, people and external circumstances that knock us off course, stress us out or shake our confidence — many of them out of our control. But what is fully in our control, is how we respond to these events. Through awareness and practice we can train ourselves to think and react differently, changing the way we perceive challenges, and using these experiences to become stronger. 

Being resilient doesn’t mean challenges disappear, but it does mean that we cope better, learn from past experiences and build an internal stability to thrive in times of difficulty. 

We'll focus on: 

  • What it means to be resilient in the modern workplace

  • Shifting mindsets towards a growth focused outlook

  • How lifestyle choices support or reduce resilience 

  • The importance of trusting our instincts, setting boundaries and saying no 

  • Training the body and mind to regulate our highs and lows and be calmer and more present

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    In our programme

    Learn about this topic in open sessions among peers in our weekly programme

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    Brought to you

    We can deliver punchy in-person workshops on this topic to your team anywhere.

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    Remote and Resources

    We can deliver sessions to your teams remotely, with resources on all topics too.

We build capability

We help organisations of all shapes and sizes to become more capable in pursuit of their goals.

To do this we focus on what we believe to be the three key drivers of organisational capability — People, Purpose and Partnerships. Whether through our open learning programmes, or tailored consultancy work; we love bringing together creatively-minded groups to work and learn in modern and motivating ways.

Find out more about what we offer in this PDF, or by contacting YCN Director Nick Defty by email or on +44 (0)20 7033 2140.