The Resilience Accreditation Programme equips professional and internal coaches plus organisational development consultants, with the skills and knowledge required to support organisations in the development of resilience.
On successful pass, you are licensed to use The Resilience Engine research models and associated tools with your clients, in one to one and group settings. You also join our growing Community of Practice.
Why Become Accredited?
As a coach or organisational development lead, you will be in the middle of enabling change in others. But does change always happen for real? And if there is change, does it stick? Change often doesn’t work out.
Resilience is a measure of our capacity for change. Being resilient is all about being adaptable. The outcomes of resilience are transformative: it underpins sustainable performance and wellbeing, both without compromise.
As a coach, understanding your client’s resilience level is the key to contracting well so that realistic expectations can be set; to pacing well according to the client’s capacity; and to enabling the client to effect a wholly resilient way out of working and living.
Resilience means the work really does enable sticky change.
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This programme offers some of the most in-depth and rigorous learning within the coaching profession. Focusing on how to work with all levels of the Resilience Dynamic® the programme integrates working on both performance and wellbeing coherently. To be successful in the programme participants need to demonstrate they qualify as a safe pair of hands capable of supporting and challenging clients at all resilience levels whether they are struggling or thriving.
Participants will better enable the client to feel psychologically safe enough to confidently explore, understand and experiment with the conditions for their own resilience to thrive, increase energy and innovate. In addition, coaches will also benefit from developing the skills and attitudes to shifting the barriers to their own resilience.