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Building Personal Resilience
The Public Sector and Civil Service are currently facing an unprecedented level of upheaval. At a time following austerity measures and ruthless budget cuts it seems that the only certainty is change.
These changes can be immensely stressful and sometimes harmful to the mental health and wellbeing of those working within these industries, as navigating new systems and facing uncertainty can cause considerable anxiety.
Developing greater levels of personal resilience can help individuals not only weather the changes but even actively flourish. While some may shy away from seeking help in the face of turbulence, it is important to remember that resilience is not an innate quality but a skill that must be developed, like any other professional tool.
This half day workshop offers participants an opportunity to reflect on current changes and look at the impact of change and uncertainty on us as individuals. Building Personal Resilience is a particularly insightful and practical course, featured within our Professional Development Skills series, and offers practical tips and techniques to help develop personal resilience.
At Civil Service College, we tailor all of our courses to each attendee's role and organisations, ensuring that each delegate gets the most out of the training. Our courses and trainers are continuously updated and evaluated to ensure that we are always delivering the best service possible.
This course is suitable for delegates at all levels who would like to develop greater personal resilience.
Delegates will gain greater levels of personal resilience to help them through changes and uncertainty, even going on to thrive in these turbulent environments.
10:00 - 16:00
£595 + VAT
St James’s Park, London
26 September 2019 Book6
Ajay Khandelwal PhD is a psychoanalyst with extensive experience of working with civil service groups and 121. Ajay Khandelwal has a private practice in Harley Street and SE1 and specialises in working with successful professionals who are experiencing difficulties in their careers and looking for opportunities to develop.
Ajay Khandelwal PhD is a psychoanalyst with extensive experience of working with civil service groups and 121. Ajay Khandelwal has a private practice in Harley Street and SE1 and specialises in working with successful professionals who are experiencing difficulties in their careers and looking for opportunities to develop. He is a featured writer for the award-winning website welldoing.org. and Psychologies magazine Life Labs platform. He is registered with the UKCP, BACP, College of Psychoanalysts and the Guild of Psychotherapists.
This half day workshop offers participants an opportunity to reflect on the personal impact of change and uncertainty, offering practical tips and techniques to help develop personal resilience.
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