Resilience

How self-care, reflective practice, and the Serenity Prayer contribute to staying the course 

COST: $125

DATE: Fall 2020

NUMBER OF SLOTS AVAILABLE: 24/24

Resilience has been defined as “the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats or significant sources of stress.

Resilience is NOT a personality trait, it’s not something you adopt. Resilience requires a practice (actual behaviors, thoughts and actions). Fundamentally being resilient is something we learn to do. Let’s call it learned resilience, or even better ‘earned’

resilience…requiring time and intentionality

 

Be your primary constituent

  • Connection to others (allies and confidants)

  • Physical health & Emotional well-being

  • Compassion for self

 

Reflective practice

  • Be present

  • Be retrospective & prospective

  • Be self curious (Bennis -you need MORE info if you put this there)

 

The Serenity prayer

Scientific research shows that an increased number of things (events, occurrences, situations) that we cannot control contributes to poor emotional adjustment; making it more important that we are supple in identifying the things where we do have some control, and that we act on them accordingly to our values and preferred outcomes.

 

Developing a keen "controllability perspective requires time, practice, and honesty with self." What can I control (I will or will not wear a mask), where can I have influence (my spouse wearing  mask), what must I accept and appreciate as the way things are (The pandemic).

Exciting News!!

Join us for a conversation about scenario building, a timely, informed and efficient way to craft bold visions and useful strategies for moving forward in uncertain times. Times of disruption are also times of significant innovation. John will lead a 90-minute engagement around the four step scenario building process. Click here for more information and to register!

Meghan Martin (Rising Leaders 2019) appointed Executive Director of the Arts Council of Greater Lansing! Find out more about Rising Leaders!

Rachel Lappen (Emerging Leaders 

Program 2020) heads to the Jewish Federation of Cleveland as their Chief Development Officer. Learn more about ELP!

Noah Bloom (CAELI 2013), named as the Executive Director of the Neighborhood Music School in New Haven, CT. Congratulations Noah!

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