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Practical strategies for increasing resilience

Resilience is the ability to respond and adapt to stress, and being resourceful enough to handle a wide range of challenges, including psychosocial hazards at work.

Stressors can come from within – fatigue, illness, emotions – or they can be external – like difficult economic times or the loss of a loved one.

But where does resilience come from – nature or nurture – and how can we increase our resilience at work?

Our research shows a number of different, practical strategies you can use to increase resilience and minimise psychosocial risks.

Let’s have a look at these practices more closely.

 

Practical strategies for increasing resilience

Watch the video to understand how resilience can help to minimise psychosocial damage, and learn some powerful, practical strategies you can use in the workplace to increase people's resilience.

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