In this section we describe our connections to those who share our passion for resilience, and some ideas on communications, which is how connections are formed.
[Image: Wrought iron gate at Arley Hall in Cheshire - MT.]
Looking at the ways in which those close to us manage adversity can give insight into the true nature of resilience.
Resilient communication - when we feel free to communicate, creativity has no limits
Interruptions can be extremely disruptive if you are trying to focus on a complex task. The best way to manage interruptions is to plan for them.
The types of organizations and people we work with.
Here are some of the lovely things that people have said about their experience on The Resilience Programme…
Maintaining boundaries allows for true therapeutic work to take place: when boundaries are clear, client and practitioner know the limits of their relationship and can feel safe as they work towards a common purpose. That's the theory, but what does it look like in practice?