Principle 6: Embrace synergies of Wellbeing & Resilience

Principle 6: Embrace synergies of Wellbeing & Resilience

By Jenny Campbell|September 25, 2018

  Principle 6: Embrace synergies of Wellbeing and Resilience Organisations are currently feeling the pressure cooker effect of upping the need for performance, reducing headcount and cost, layered up with worrying about the wellbeing of their employees. The Resilience Engine sees a shift towards coping and indeed not coping – and these levels of resilience don’t bring about change or high performance. Wellbeing initiatives of gyms, healthy eating, even mindfulness…

Think both Deep and Fun

Think both Deep and Fun

By Jenny Campbell|June 18, 2018

  Principle 5: Think both Deep and Fun Leaders in our experience often assume that resilience is all about the deep psychological stuff. Yet this lets them off the hook of responsibility to take practical action, which is most often what is needed. Deep psychological issues may in fact be present. Some of the barriers to resilience are about enabling healthy boundaries. And if a person does not keep healthy…

A Native American Proverb

A Native American Proverb

By Jenny Campbell|April 15, 2018

A native American proverb Resilience is your capacity for change.   To discover more about how you can invest in your resilience, click here.     Author: Jenny Campbell, CEO of The Resilience Engine

Is Your Client Procrastinating?

Is Your Client Procrastinating?

By Jenny Campbell|February 3, 2018

Have you ever worked with clients who fully commit to actions identified in coaching, but they turn up not having done it? Maybe they repeat this a few times, so are they really just procrastinating? Often, we as coaches will assume that it’s something about the client’s commitment or that the goals associated are not meaningful enough. So we will often invite reflection and enquiry around the goal itself. Logical,…