How to reinforce your resilience? - Guide - Boostalab

You’ve probably already noticed that, in the face of adversity, some people seem naturally stronger or calmer than others. Some can, for example, overcome serious violence or a natural disaster. Others can cope with simultaneous shocks, such as the grief of a loved one and the loss of a job. Despite this, these people are able to make sense of what they have experienced, and then get back on their feet and be able to lead a full and meaningful life.

 

Many researchers have focused on the factors that enable certain individuals or communities to bounce back positively from a major shock. They have highlighted the concept of resilience, which is the ability to adapt to a traumatic event and then continue to develop normally.

 

Research shows that two essential elements help build resilience:

 

  • What a person possesses (their individual and collective resources)
  • What a person thinks (their way of thinking or their mindset)

 

Research also establishes that resilience is a process that can be broken down into several stages. And the good news is that we can develop our resilience! In this guide, we provide you with a process to assess how you react to adversity, and to identify what tangible levers you can use to strengthen your own resilience.

 

WHEN?
  • You experience a shock in your professional or personal life, and you would like to better understand the reactions and emotions it causes inside you.
  • You feel the desire to implement actions to activate your resilience and regain control over your life.

 

HOW?
  • Follow the approach provided in this guide:
    • Assess your condition before the shock
    • Understand the shock and name your reactions
    • Identify resilience boosters that you can activate
    • Take stock and seize opportunities

 

Note: Coping with a traumatic event is rarely easy. Make sure you give yourself enough time and demonstrate authenticity and compassion for yourself by following the suggested approach. This is not a substitute for seeking help from a psychologist or health care professional.

 

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Chloé Gaudet

Professionnelle parfaitement bilingue comptant plus de 20 ans d’expérience dans de grandes et petites entreprises, je suis aujourd’hui consultante en développement organisationnel. Je suis reconnue pour mon énergie, mes solutions créatives et pleines de « gros bon sens » et mon travail auprès d’équipes de gestion qui ont besoin d’appui…

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