Resilience – the ability to “bounce back” from a set-back, is related to Mental Toughness, which determines in large part how individuals deal with challenge, stress, and pressure.
However, If a difficult situation arises, and the person copes with it, while they can be described as resilient, that does not mean that they are positive about the experience. They may have simply gritted their teeth and got on with it – because ‘they have to’. Without a positive mindset, overexposure to setback and challenges can, and often will, wear down the individual.
Most if not all mentally tough individuals are resilient but not all resilient individuals are mentally tough. Developing Mental Toughness can help individuals view challenge as an opportunity, learn from setbacks, develop a ‘can do’ attitude and build their resilience.
This course will help participants understand and improve their own Mental Toughness in order to be more resilient and effective in the workplace.
Who Will Benefit From This Course?
- Those wanting to develop Mental Toughness in order to be more resilient and effective in the workplace
- HR Professionals who want to understand better the relevance of Mental Toughness to Resilience
- An Understanding of Mental Toughness, its effect on Resilience and its application to your role
- An Action Plan to develop Mental Toughness and Resilience
Part 1: Understanding Resilience and Mental Toughness
- Resilience and Mental Toughness Explained
- The Link with Stress and Peak Performance
- Application to Job Roles
The Four Cs of Mental Toughness
- Challenge (seeing challenge as an opportunity)
- Confidence (high levels of self-belief)
- Control (having a ‘can do’ attitude)
- Commitment (being able to stick to the plan)
Part 2: Development & Application
Effective Interventions & Strategies
- Goal Setting & Self-Awareness
- Attentional Control & Visualisation
- Positive Thinking & Anxiety Control
- Which Strategy is Best For You
Mental Toughness Assessment
Following the course participants can take a Mental Toughness Assessment and receive their individual and confidential Mental Toughness Report (MTQPlus).
This is followed up by 1-2-1 feedback from the course trainer (a fully qualified MTQPlus Assessor) on the outcomes of the report, its application to the individual’s current work and the impact on their resilience.
- Code 608
- Duration 1 day
- Virtual Classroom Virtual and Classroom options
- Qualification Contact us for options