Emotional Resilience

5 February 2014 18:00 - 5 February 2014 21:00 Add to Calendar 5-02-2014 18:00:00 5-02-2014 21:00:00 36 Emotional Resilience DD/MM/YYYY

A collaborative event with The Chartered Institute of Marketing. Our guest speaker Rob Archer is chartered Occupational Psychologist with 16 years' experience across public and private sectors.

Almost all of us now work in an a work environment that is intense and unrelenting. Equally, there is little we can do to change the always on, global and hypercompetitive world that creates that pressure. Yet we know, and research shows, that such environments can damage the well-being of the individual, reduce the effectiveness of teams and ultimately destroy the productivity of organisations. The only way to manage this dilemma is for individuals, teams and companies to develop emotional resilience; the ability to manage ourselves and our responses to the work environment so that we can sustain mental health and productivity over the long term.

In this fascinating and highly relevant presentation, Rob Archer will describe how he and his colleagues coach individuals and organisations to develop emotional resilience and so improve individual well-being and organisational effectiveness. As a former management consultant, Rob specialised in large-scale organisational development and change projects, including leading a project which won the MCA Award for Best Strategy and Business Transformation.

Please RSVP your attendance to saleems@regents.ac.uk by Tuesday 28th January 2014.

 

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