The Resilient Leader: 7 skills to help you thrive in today’s turbulent world
Having identified your current state against the 5 attributes, you will then review how these impact on 7 principles of (human psychological) resilience identified by Dr. Shatté and his colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania.In this fun and interactive session, what you learn about yourself as a leader will be enlightening.The 7 key principles of resilience defined by Dr. Shatté needed to thrive in today’s volatile business climate are:
By understanding the importance of these principles, you will be able to identify areas for improvement and take actions that boost your leadership abilities and foster an atmosphere of resilience for yourself and those you lead.
The trusted, leading authority in resilience research and training, Dr. Shatté is the go-to speaker and training organization for Fortune 500 companies and governmental agencies seeking to profoundly boost productivity and performance by teaching employees to be more resilient. Resiliency is the key to rebounding from life’s personal and professional setbacks thereby helping to prevent depression, better manage stress, improve physical and psychological health, and live a fulfilled life.
A Ph.D. psychologist, Dr. Shatté received his training at the University of Pennsylvania. He and his colleagues were the first to develop the principles of resilience and apply them to the corporate sector. They identified and defined 7 factors of (human psychological) resilience, a test to measure these traits within individuals called the Resilience Factor Inventory (RFI) and the 7 skills to enhance them. Most notably Dr. Shatté has determined that resilience is the single greatest predictor of who will succeed and who will not, who will be happy and who will not in both their professional and personal lives. As an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Shatté conducted extensive research into the effects of thinking style on resilience, motivation and performance. He has devoted his 25-year career to understanding the psychological aspects of motivation and resilience and to developing programs to optimize human performance in various areas such as the workplace, health, academics, and sports.