Developing Team Resilience

Resilience is one of the most important factors in our ability to succeed as people and professionals. This team course will give your team a better understanding of resilience and how it can benefit them. It will also inspire them to face challenges with renewed confidence and vigor.
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Course Details
45 mins - 1 hour  |  In-Person or Virtual  |  Beginner to Intermediate
Digital Coach: Charlotte Barber, BSc, PGC, BABCP® & Ben Kill, MCIPD
Items needed for the session: Pen and Paper or use the activity template. 
Course Resources
Manager Guide
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Summary Guide
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  1. The Three Types of Resilience
  2. The Four Qualities that Foster Resilience
Course Agenda

1. Theory: The Three Types of Resilience

Ben will begin by demonstrating how job satisfaction tends to fluctuate over time. Charlotte will then introduce three resilience shapes: the V-shape, the U-shape, and the L-shape. These shapes demonstrate how quick we can bounce back from lows within our professional lives.

Duration: 5 minutes

2. Discussion: What is The Shape of Our Team’s Overall Resilience?

The first discussion will focus on defining the current shape of our team’s resilience. Ben will ask the group to consider some objectives or projects nearly everyone has worked on and then assess what shape the highs and lows best matched.

Duration: 15 minutes

3. Theory: Introducing Qualities That Foster Resilience

Next, Ben and Charlotte will introduce the notion of various qualities that foster resilience. Subsequently, we will take a momentary pause to engage in a brief team discussion.

Duration: 1 minute

4. Discussion: What Do You Think Are Qualities That Support Resilience?

Prior to delving into the specifics of four qualities that foster resilience, Ben initiates a discussion to encourage reflection on the qualities that the team believes contribute to resilience. This is to help develop self-awareness.

Duration: 5 minutes

5. Theory: Understanding the Four Qualities of Resilience

Next, Ben and Charlotte will focus on four specific qualities of resilience. These include wellbeing, a positive mindset, an improved network, and increased openness. They will also discuss how each one contributes to our overall resilience.

Duration: 6 minutes

6. Discussion: How Can We Nurture Our Team’s Resilience?

The final discussion will encourage the team to come up with specific ways to improve their resilience. Specifically, Ben will encourage everyone to consider new, effective habits that will nurture the team’s resilience over time.

Duration: 15 minutes

7. Theory: Wrapping up the Session

Finally, Ben and Charlotte will finish off the session by reviewing the three shapes and the four qualities of resilience. This will make it that much easier for the team to implement them into their day-to-day.

Duration: 1 minute
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In the ever-evolving work environment of today, it's imperative to prioritise resilience and mental health for both yourself and your team, which is a hallmark of effective leadership. This team course equipped me with a comprehensive, step-by-step guide that offered valuable insights, hints, and tips. Most importantly, it provided a secure and nurturing environment to initiate crucial conversations with my team. We left the session with a tangible sense of having fortified our support network, which was truly rewarding."
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Your questions, answered


How do you build resilience in a team?

To foster resilience, it's essential to establish a strong culture characterized by trust and responsibility, proactive involvement, clear communication, access to training, hands-on learning experiences, team-building exercises, and a thorough comprehension of the setting where we plan to guide our team towards success.

What are the 5 habits of resilient teams?

  • Prioritize clear, open communication for effective teamwork.
  • Embrace adaptability to navigate changes smoothly.
  • Strengthen trust and relationships within the team.
  • Foster a growth mindset for continuous improvement.
  • Advocate for work-life balance and well-being.

Why build resilience at work?

Resilient employees are better equipped to handle stress and adversity, reducing the risk of burnout. This ability to manage stress positively affects mental health and overall well-being. Resilience also helps individuals bounce back from setbacks and challenges more effectively. This adaptability can lead to improved performance, as employees are less likely to be hindered by difficulties and more likely to approach tasks with a problem-solving attitude.

What factors build resilience?

Resilience stems from the ability to…
  • Develop achievable plans.
  • Execute plans efficiently.
  • Master clear communication.
  • Prioritize emotional well-being.
  • Boost self-confidence.
  • Solve problems with focus.

What are the four types of resilience?

This encompasses physical, mental, emotional, and social resilience.
  • Physical Resilience - The body's ability to withstand and recover from physical challenges, maintained through exercise, nutrition, and rest.
  • Mental Resilience - The mind's capacity to navigate difficulties, characterized by adaptability, problem-solving skills, and a growth mindset.
  • Emotional Resilience - The ability to manage and recover from emotional stress, involving emotional intelligence and a positive outlook.
  • Social Resilience - The strength derived from social connections and support systems, emphasizing effective communication and empathy.

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What skill level is required for team courses?

All of Teamioed’s eLearning courses and training activities are designed for beginners and intermediates. However, everyone can benefit from ongoing soft skills training, enhanced problem-solving skills, and teamwork education. No matter your industry or business model, our courses are a great way to bring your team together while learning critical skills. 
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