Principles 1-3 of Leading The Resilient Organisation

Principles 1-3 of Leading The Resilient Organisation

By Jenny Campbell|April 22, 2018

Organisational resilience is your capacity for change. The Resilience Engine approach is based on our ten years of leading research and practice in the field. It is real-world, practical, inspiring and scalable. We have ten principles for enabling resilience, the capacity for change, in your organisation. This article gives a summary of the first three principles: Principle 1: From tricky to straightforward. Principle 2: Build resilience habits Principle 3: Balance privacy

Enabling The Resilient Organisation

Enabling The Resilient Organisation

By Jenny Campbell|January 15, 2018

The Resilience Engine approach is based on our ten years of leading research and practice in the field. It is real-world, practical, inspiring and scalable. We have the following proven top ten principles: Principle 1: From tricky to straightforward. In many organisations, resilience is an icky subject. Leaders and managers often believe that if someone is not coping, it must be because of deep inner psychological issues which are emotionally

Resilience Enablers: Energy

Resilience Enablers: Energy

By Jenny Campbell|January 18, 2016

    Energy We know from The Resilience Engine research that for individuals, energy and resilience are directly correlated. If you plot one on a graph across time, the shape of the other will follow the same line on the graph. They are not the same thing, but the ups and downs exactly track one another. Maximising your energy is fundamental for resilience. What do we mean by energy? The