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The Resilience Toolkit

by Jonathan Rees

The Resilience Toolkit Synopsis

Today's workplace is fast-paced, highly complex, and sometimes even life-threatening. Yet it is possible to thrive in the 'pressure cooker' of modern work life. We all have the right to enjoy rather than just endure work. In the unpredictability of even the most challenging environments, the route to success and fulfilment at work is to build our resilience. This ground-breaking book provides a highly effective toolkit that will empower you to survive, thrive and flourish in the dynamic and fast-changing context of blue-light services. Discover how to: Be ready for the unexpected, feel calm and confident under pressure and avoid burnout Reduce stress and anxiety by understanding the essential components of a resilient work life Evaluate your own resilience factor with the Workplace Resilience Instrument

The Resilience Toolkit Press Reviews

This book represents the next stage of Jonathan's work and provides any senior leader in the public sector with an opportunity to learn and refresh the practical skills that will help them in these challenging roles. Whether you are a senior leader in policing, the NHS or elsewhere in the public sector I would recommend that you read this book and adopt its principles. I promise that it will help you to survive and thrive in the pressure cooker. -- Chief Superintendent Ian Wylie, Vice president, Police Superintendents' Association. Jonathan Rees shows us through bright examples and actionable exercises that we, too, can thrive under pressure. Our own resilient behaviors can be modeled to match the situations we face. Although reading about what makes people resilient can be insightful, Jonathan's battery of self-assessment tools provides the reader with specific feedback to be more effective and view adverse situations as opportunities more so than danger. -- Dr. Larry Mallak, Western Michigan University, Author of 'The Workplace Resilience Instrument (WRI)'

Book Information

ISBN: 9781912300198
Publication date: 4th February 2019
Author: Jonathan Rees
Publisher: SRA Books
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 192 pages
Categories: Emergency services, Coping with stress,

About Jonathan Rees

Jonathan Rees is an author, speaker and facilitative trainer specialising in enabling people to serve and thrive together. He's delivered workshops with more than 600 police officers across the UK and Ireland in the 14 months whilst developing the material for The Resilience Toolkit. Since 2010 he's been busy delivering workshops and keynote speeches to build resilience, personal effectivity, leadership capacity and team synergy with a wide range of organisations. Before that he hid behind a mask of extensive experience in international IT. He's also run the London Marathon (in 2:51, once)!

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