Are you suffering from resilience fatigue? Would you like to know how to restore energy, reconnect with your team and understand how to regulate (rather than suppress) negative emotions?
We know that resilience fatigue is widespread in the education and care sector, and that it has only been exacerbated by the pandemic and recent natural disasters.
Internationally renowned author, speaker and positive change expert Alison Earl describes resilience fatigue as:
The exhaustion that comes from attempting to be motivated, positive and strong for a prolonged period.
In this popular workshop, Alison will show you how to reset your focus and rebuild your energy
- Gain an overview of Alison’s ‘surviving to thriving ladder’ to understand the full spectrum of our experience
- Understand the impact of prolonged stress and uncertainty
- Unpack the definition of resilience fatigue and how to recognise it in yourself and others
- Find out how to actively build empathy, energy and ease to leave people feeling understood, connected, energised and empowered
A workbook and supporting resources will be provided.
About Alison Earl
Alison is a resilience and mindset expert, positive psychology practitioner and author. She works with people and companies globally to empower self-directed change.
With over 15 years spent studying human behaviour and motivation, Alison helps people take control of their own experience of stress, change and uncertainty, so that they feel empowered to adapt and thrive. Her intent is not to eliminate or reduce stress in people but help them become more resilient and resourceful and to thrive with stress – not just survive it.
A repeat guest lecturer in Behavioural Economics at the Harvard School of Public Health, Alison also leads a think tank dedicated to solving the most complex problems in behaviour change.
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