At a glance
- How resilient we feel or whether we’re able to demonstrate resilient behaviours can be influenced by a range of factors, including our health and wellbeing
- It’s likely many of us are experiencing challenges to one extent or another at the moment – and without doubt, this can be disheartening and unsettling
- Here we look at what resilience is, why it is important, and some top tips to help develop it.
Have you found yourself questioning what you can control at the moment? And what you might be able to control in the coming weeks and months? Do you have personal or professional goals you’ve had to put on hold for now? Or perhaps you have a significant milestone or celebration coming up which is now accompanied by an element of uncertainty around when you’ll be able to fully celebrate and embrace the moment as planned? It’s likely many of us are experiencing one or a few of these challenges to one extent or another at the moment – and without doubt, this can be disheartening and unsettling.
In such uncertain times, resilience is a powerful tool to have in your armoury and will help you face these challenges successfully. Resilience is innate in all of us as humans, we all have resilience – but we can nurture this skill and learn to respond in a more helpful and effective way in difficult situations.
But what is resilience? And why is it important? Find out this, and more, in our latest guide: Resetting, realignment and resilience