The Challenge of Change Resilience Programmes

All programmes:

  • Explain the difference between pressure – which cannot be avoided, and stress – which can be avoided.
  • Introduce the 4 Steps to Resilience:
    • Wake Up
    • Control Attention
    • Detach
    • Let Go

The main differences between the courses are the opportunity to complete a research based questionnaire of the eight factors of personal resilience; the detail that is covered, the opportunity for practice in the programme, the chance for participants to work on their own examples; and follow up support to refresh the principles.

About one third of us suffer from the effects of a poor night’s sleep. This means that we make mistakes, are more accident prone, can’t think at our best and get snappy with others. Many people on our Resilience programmes recognise that stress impedes their sleep and know that poor sleep makes the pressure of the next day so much harder. 

  • Master Class

    Two x half days; 8 personal Resilience factors; the opportunity to work on two personal examples; practice opportunities in the two sessions; applied exercises between sessions to embed and practice the first two steps; follow up videos which are designed to refresh the key points and are made available three months after the course; opportunity to re-take the questionnaire six months after the programme. Read more...

  • Premium

    1 full day; 8 personal Resilience factors; the opportunity to work on two personal examples; practice opportunities in the session; follow up videos which are designed to refresh the key points and are made available three months after the course; opportunity to re-take the questionnaire six months after the programme. Read more...

  • Highlights

    Half day; four steps to resilience; the opportunity to work on one personal example; some practical experiences in the workshop. Read more...

  • Focus

    Two x two hour sessions; four steps to resilience; the opportunity to work on one personal example; some practical experiences in the workshop; applied exercises between sessions to embed and practice the first two steps. Read more...

  • Night Class. A programme about sleep

    About one third of us suffer from the effects of a poor night’s sleep. This means that we make mistakes, are more accident prone, can’t think at our best and get snappy with others. Many people on our Resilience programmes recognise that stress impedes their sleep and know that poor sleep makes the pressure of the next day so much harder. Read more...

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Our Challenge of Change Resilience programme has been included in the leadership development offering of the USA Centre for Creative Leadership (CCL) for over three years now. Many NZ executives and HR people know CCL as a pre-eminent American leadership development centre. Read more...