Stress, setbacks, and trauma are realities in today’s workplaces. Employees who are able to handle these challenges are less likely be absent, or quit, and are more likely to rebound to higher levels of performance. On the other hand, less resilient workers are more susceptible to burnout, depression and substance abuse disorders
Resilience skills can be developed through mindful learning, practice, and exposure to resilient modeling. Individuals, teams, and leaders all share a responsibility for building resilience and intentional values-based cultures in order for organizations to flourish.