People who are resilient work smarter, and can negotiate the inevitable changes that are the one certainty of life.  People who know what teamwork really means can turn good teams into great ones.

The Challenge of Change is measurable and results focused.   Amongst Resources you will find Case Studies, Latest Research Findings, and other downloads, all useful to share with colleagues or attach to proposals.

  • "...our workforce is better prepared for and able to cope with change."
    Christine Sewell  
  • "We've found the Challenge of Change empowers people to adapt positively to change..."
    Kerry Cornelious  
  • "It's the only training course in the area of stress management I would recommend."
    Rochelle Spillane  
  • "...some staff have referred to it as 'life changing'..."
    Karen Mather  
  • "...the course dispelled many myths about stress, backed up with simple coping mechanisms..."
    Blair Stevenson  
  • "...really beneficial - particularly relevant in the challenging retail environment where the only real constant is change..."
    Richard Binns  
  • Published Findings

    Findings from the research have been published in over 120 journal articles, books and conference papers, including in a number of invited keynote presentations.

    Selected Publications, 2005-2015

    Clarke, J. & Roger, D.   (2006) The construction and validation of a scale to assess psychological risk and well-being in sex offender treatment providers.  Legal & Criminological Psychology 12, 83-100.

    Roger, D. (2007) Self-esteem, stress and emotion. In G. Fink (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Stress (2nd Edition). Oxford: Academic Press

    Guarino, L.R., Roger, D. & Olason, D.T (2007)  Reconstructing N: A new approach to measuring emotional sensitivity.  Current Psychology 26 (1), 37-45.

    Borrill, J., Fox, P., Flynn, M. & Roger, D. (2009)  Students with self-harm: Coping style, rumination and alexithymia.  Counselling Psychology Quarterly 22(4) 361-372.

    Borrill, J., Fox, P. & Roger, D. (2010)  Religion, ethnicity, coping style and self-reported self-harm in a diverse non-clinical UK population.  Mental Health, Religion and Culture 1, 1-11.

    Roger, D., Guarino de Scremin, L., Borrill, J. & Forbes, A. (2011)  Rumination, inhibition and stress: The construction of a new scale for assessing emotional style.  Current Psychology 30(3), 234-244.

    Whitman, Z.R., Kachali, H., Roger, D., Vargo, D. & Seville, E. (2013)  Short-form version of the Benchmark Resilience Tool (BRT-53).  Measuring Business Excellence 17 (3), 3 – 14.

    Stemmet, L., Roger, D., Kuntz, J. & Borrill, J.  (2014) General and specific avoidance: The development and concurrent validation of a new measure of avoidance coping.  European Journal of Psychological Assessment, July.

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