Editor’s note: The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development has produced a report examining the evidence of how how resilience is reinforced within organisations. The report highlights what builds resilience and the role managers play in helping staff to become more resilient.
Editor’s note: This research looks at how resilient organisations are to change. It features a chart on the most critical workforce traits for an organisation’s future. Number one is flexibility and adaptability. So, how do you build a flexible and adaptable organisation?
Editor’s note: Due to the nature of the pandemic – ongoing for a long period of time and affecting many parts of our lives – researchers say that they have an opportunity to research resilience in ways that have never before been possible.
Editor’s note: When it comes to strategic initiatives, you can’t know everything in order to predict an outcome and you don’t always get lucky. That means you need to develop resilience to ride the ups and downs of projects. Here are 10 ways to develop that resilience.
Editor’s note: Interesting to look at stress from a different perspective – rather than manage it, help develop colleagues’ resilience.
Editor’s note: One for the students of learner engagement – where are your learners on the grit scale? Is this as an important factor in adult learners as it appears to be in students?
In a recent interview in the Guardian, headmaster of Eton College Tony Little provided some…