Fire Fighting?

Fire Fighting?

By Jenny Campbell|May 11, 2018

Resilience is your capacity for change. ‘I think there’s a danger that we get caught up very much in the fire fighting. When we don’t have enough resilience to be able to stand back from something and put it in perspective’. Participant of a Resilience Engine programme Highly resilient people seek different perspectives all the time, so they don’t get trapped by any patterned ways of thinking, doing, or being.…

Client story: Coping vs Breakthrough

Client story: Coping vs Breakthrough

By Jenny Campbell|May 8, 2018

Stories from the Resilience Engine Community of Practice: Yvette Elcock   Read this client’s story of resilience coaching. The Resilience coach is Yvette Elcock, one of our Accredited Practitioner from the Resilience Engine Community of Practice.   “Working through the difference between soldiering on or what you described as breakthrough is very powerful. The difference between soldiering on and breakthrough is significant. The unfortunate trap here is that tenacity and…

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…

Build Resilience Habits

Build Resilience Habits

By Jenny Campbell|March 7, 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 ten principles for enabling resilience in your organisation. This article will concentrate on building resilience habits. Principle 2: Build Resilience Habits Resilience is a practice. It doesn’t increase on the basis of a single event or intervention. Instead, a steady, bite-sized way of…

‘No’ is your friend

‘No’ is your friend

By Jenny Campbell|February 14, 2018

    Saying no is good for your resilience. If you pay specific attention to your energy, get perspective and pace yourself well, your Adaptive Capacity increases. And that’s the fuel in the tank of your Resilience Engine. This means that your capacity for change increases – as well as your wellbeing and performance. Nice one!   To do this you need to be able to say ‘No’ well, appropriately,…

Top 10 principles

Top 10 principles

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 10 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…

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…