The 5 Pillars Of Resilience Masterclass (Wraw)

Duration: Full day
Participants: 10-12 / open courses
Suitable for: All employees

Course Overview

The 5 Pillars Of Resilience is an intensive 1-day Masterclass designed to educate, empower and inspire individuals to discover and maximise their own levels of resilience. You will build a unique insight into the 5 key sources of resilience (the pillars) and a sense of your own strengths and weaknesses. You will learn practical strategies, tactics and tools to bolster each pillar, giving you the resilience you need to respond positively to the various pressures and demands of your own particular environment.

Wraw Psychometric Assessment

Prior to attending the 5 Pillars Of Resilience Masterclass participants are invited to complete the Wraw psychometric assessment. This will allow you to generate your own individual and confidential Snapshot report.

Course Benefits

By the end of the 5 Pillars Of Resilience Masterclass, you will be able to:

  • Understand what resilience is, where it comes from and how to build and maximise your own
  • Reduce your risk of illness and burn-out by embracing the key principles of physical resilience
  • Experience the positive power of future focus – knowing what you want and being in control of how you get there
  • Navigate around the mood map, accessing mental agility, high performance and recovery vs. excess pressure, stress and exhaustion
  • Realise unparalleled levels of self-confidence and inner drive
  • Understand the crucial importance of strong relationships and how to significantly improve them
  • Adapt to uncertain times or change by thinking more positively, laterally, and flexibly than you ever thought possible
  • Face the future with optimism, secure in the knowledge that you have all the resources you need to survive, and even thrive, in these challenging times

The 5 Pillars Of Resilience can also be delivered as a series of bite-size workshops, one for each pillar.  This format may suit those who find it difficult to put a whole day to one side or who would prefer to attend short, sharp sessions over a period of weeks or months.