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Change
Jon Watkins

Dealing with change and the 5Rs

When building resilience, we encourage people to see change and transition as two different things. The difference is subtle but important. Change is external whereas transition is internal. It’s how we think about change, engage and respond to it. Having the skills to adapt means transitioning is the holy grail of successful change.

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Mental health
David Ogilvie

It’s official: Burnout is real

The message that we can work harder and be better at everything can leave us feeling like work controls us rather than we control work. And that’s not good for your resilience.

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Mental health
Emma Ogilvie

Mental Health Awareness Week: Stress and Resilience

In today’s ever-changing world where we are expected to do more with less and be everything to everyone, we need to put proactive measures in place to prevent poor mental health and promote wellbeing by giving people the skills and resources to better manage their own mental health and thrive.

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resilience in school
News
Emma Ogilvie

Building resilience in schools

Taking a whole school approach means we can introduce a core set of skills to proactively manage mental health and reduce the social and emotional barriers to learning, together. There is so much power in introducing a common language in which our school community are better able to talk about their challenges and their emotions without feeling vulnerable. So many young people today have low aspirations and opinions of their learning capacity and motivation and resilience is reaching chronic levels.

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