Resilience Training Munich
A decision has to be made and the head says "YES" but the gut feeling says "NO" (or vice versa). How do you deal with this ambivalence? Or inner discontent shows up, combined with the desire to change something, but you don't know exactly what or how...
When people are psychologically healthy despite stressful life events, this is called resilience. Especially in today's work environment, managers and employees need a resilient psyche. In the resilience training in Munich, they learn to take care of themselves and take responsibility for themselves.
What is resilience training?
Strengthening resilience, but how?
Resilience depends on many different factors. The good thing is that these factors are not set in stone and can certainly be learned. Therefore, the focus of resilience training is always on developing these resilience-promoting factors. In resilience training, resources are systematically built up and constraints are reduced. Strengthening resilience helps to regenerate after stressful events and to regulate our emotions. In recent years, resilience training has become increasingly popular in the professional environment. The reason: Work life today is characterized by deadline pressure, changes of strategy and unpredictability. This triggers stress in us. In order not to slip into a burn-out, a resilience training is recommended. In resilience training, participants develop the skills they need to cope better with stress and strengthen their resources. They are sensitized to take more responsibility for themselves and to take better care of themselves.
What are the 7 pillars of resilience?
Abandoning the victim role
Planning for the future
What does Wortland's resilience training include?
The Zurich Resource Model ® helps to strengthen self-management. By alternating individual and group work, our workshops serve both personality and team development. The resources of the group are brought together, strengthened and further developed.
Scientific studies have shown that goals can only be achieved in the long term if the mind and the subconscious pull together. Dr. Maja Storch and Dr. Frank Krauße at the University of Zurich have developed and evaluated a model that incorporates cognitive, emotional and physiological elements into the development process using the latest neuroscientific findings. Through them, sustainable change is possible.
- How do I deal with my individual challenges/stress regarding tasks and workloads?
- How do I find a good and healthy balance between private life, family and work?
- How do I recognize my needs and boundaries and how can I respect and communicate them?
- How do I get more composure and sovereignty in difficult situations?
- How can I achieve sustainable changes in my life?
- How can I make good decisions for myself that make me feel good?
These and many other topics can be successfully dealt with using the Zurich Resource Model ®. Individual processes can also be accompanied by individual or team supervision. Ask about our supervision and customized training - online and in presence!