Team Resilience Programme

Definition
“The ability of a team to perform consistently at an optimal level, retaining flexible cognitive, behavioural and emotional responses, irrespective of prevailing, challenges and conditions” (adapted from Neenan and Drydens definition of personal resilience, 2002)

Our approach

Our approach within our Optimal Team Resilience is based on the following factors:

  • It is built on a foundation of solid research including the latest approaches and recognised interventions in the field of resilience;
  • The fact that all aspects of resilience are developable traits;
  • Acknowledgment of the relationship between resilience and levels of engagement, happiness, and enhanced performance;
  • Encompasses leading edge interventions such as mindfulness, compassion and emotional intelligence;
  • Building team efficacy underpins our approach along with identifying and maximising individual and team strengths;
  • Trust is an integral part of team resilience. One of the primary areas of focus is on improving relationship management, particularly in the area of conflict and challenging conversations;
  • Helping the team build a strong sense of direction and gain clarity in what and who they are;
  • A proactive and sustainable approach to managing their team resilience enables teams to continue their development;
  • The model itself is flexible and delivery can be shaped and adapted dependent on the findings that arise at the diagnostic stage.