Webinar Wednesday - The psychology of personal resilience

Wednesday 19 August 2020

The need to be adaptive, agile and resilient has been much talked about during COVID-19. The experience of COVID-19 have placed many organisations, workforces and individuals in a state of crisis, trauma, and heightened stress. The effects of the pandemic has forced us to behave differently has been unprecedented. The need for resilience has therefore become paramount.

In our latest webinar, Shireen Walton from Bee Resilient, explores the meaning of resilience, within the science of positive psychology. It looks at the recent research into the psychological impact of the pandemic on workers and individuals. Shireen explains the science behind stress and the impact it has on our physical and emotional wellbeing. More importantly, she offers interventions that have been scientifically proven to heal and develop neural pathways in our brain, which allows us to become adaptive and agile in our behaviour. In this case, neuroplasticity becomes our pathway to becoming resilient.

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