Beat stress by building resilience
Have you been feeling stressed lately? There’s never been a better time to learn how to build resilience.
Resilience increases our ability to “respond” rather than to simply “react” to unexpected events and setbacks — while also mitigating the impact these events can have on our mind, body and productivity.
Sign up today for Resilience: Navigating the Unexpected with Grace. Led by Adrienne Harrell, learning and talent development manager, UC Santa Cruz, this live online course will explore what it means to be resilient and why resilience is an important skill and competency to nurture and develop, in yourself and in others.
People managers will practice specific tools and approaches for building resilience in their professional and personal lives, including how to support and inspire their teams and colleagues to cultivate a culture of resilience in the workplace.
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What: Resilience: Navigating the Unexpected with Grace
When: May 14, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
LinkedIn Learning resilience resources
You can access many on-demand trainings related to resilience through your free UCOP LinkedIn Learning account. Here are some LinkedIn Learning resources that have been reviewed and recommended by our Learning and Development team.
Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer of Facebook and author of “Lean In” shares how she built resilience following the personal tragedy of her husband’s untimely death.
This introduction to the above course outlines why resilience is such an essential skill.
— “It doesn’t get more authentic than this. This video is helpful for those who have experienced grief and tragedy, as well as those struggling with the COVID pandemic.” – Gary Cheng
Resilience doesn’t come from an inspirational poster. It comes from consistently resetting your thinking to focus on something greater than yourself. In this video, learn four techniques to improve your resilience.
— “Good, simple techniques focused in mindfulness.” – Annie Prozan
Setbacks are inevitable in life and in business. Learning to bounce back is key. We need to work to cultivate our internal resilience just like a muscle. Here’s how to do it.Tags: Adrienne Harrell, Learning and development, LinkedIn Learning, professional development