Our new Developing Resilience eLearning course – try it now for free

We would like your feedback! Deminos have created Developing Resilience; a new eLearning course designed to help individuals learn how to become more resilient in an ever-changing world.

 

Before we launch our course to a wider audience, we’d like to invite you to take the course (due to retail at £35 per learner) for free. We’d only like one thing in return – your opinion!

Why do we need resilience?

Change can manifest itself in many ways, be it in our personal or professional lives. While most of the time we can deal with these changes on a day-to-day basis, sometimes they can be traumatic.

Criticism or disappointment at work, job loss, financial problems, illness and grief are things many of us have had to endure in our lives. These events undermine our self-confidence, and can then lead to longer-term problems, such as depression or physical health conditions.

Being resilient means having the ability to cope with those challenges. What’s more, resilience can allow us to become stronger because of them and see the opportunities that can arise from a traumatic event.

Many employers value having a resilient workforce, as they’re able to cope with pressures such as sudden orders, and have lower rates of employee absence.

What’s in the course?

Our Developing Resilience eLearning course defines what resilience is, and why it is now so important in everyday life. Learn how to be more resilient with useful tools, techniques and exercises intended for both individuals looking to become more resilient themselves, and managers aiming to improve their employees’ resilience at work.

The eLearning course is accompanied by a downloadable workbook containing simple exercises. Learners can refer to their answers later in the course, and apply the knowledge they have now learned.

Module 1 – The Importance of Resilience

  • What is resilience?
  • Why is resilience important?
  • Who is resilience important for?

Module 2 – The Resilience Journey

  • Nature or nurture?
  • Brain plasticity
  • Growth mind-set

Module 3 – Positive vs. Negative Thinking

  • Overcoming negative thinking
  • The ladder of inference
  • Challenge your thinking
  • Logical levels

Module 4 – Resilience Tools for Individuals

  • The locus of control
  • Self-esteem and self-efficacy
  • Emotional intelligence
  • The mind, body and soul

Module 5 – Resilience Tools for Organisations

  • Effective leadership
  • Well-managed change
  • Plan for change
  • Provide leadership
  • Communicate
  • Supportive working relationships
  • Setting clear objectives – SMART
  • Stress management

Approximate duration 1hr 10mins.

About Deminos

Here at Deminos, we have over twenty years’ experience in the human resources, employment law and training industries. As a result, we’ve seen first-hand how the stresses of the modern world can start to take its toll on people’s mental health.

We’ve discovered that simply putting policies in place at work will not suffice when it comes to wellbeing. One problem is how wellbeing policies are measured in terms of productivity, or lost working hours because of employee absence brought on by stress.

Looking at mental health in this way fails to address the issue, and only concentrates on how profitable people are from a business perspective. This in itself will only add to the problem, and make people more stressed over time.

As a result, many workplace wellbeing programmes simply do not work. Schemes offering perks or treats are going to be wholly ineffective when the root causes of stress are not being addressed first.

Other wellbeing programmes place responsibility on the individual to ‘help themselves’. While there are techniques we can use, overall resilience to stress is gained through a collaborative effort between the individual and the employer, through clear communication and skilled leadership.

At Deminos, we’ve used our extensive expertise to create eLearning experiences that explore the causes of stress, and apply the theories that can help tackle them. What’s more, our courses also teach employers what they need to do to back up these techniques at work.

By applying our exercises to everyday scenarios regularly, we believe that anyone can learn how to bounce back from almost any situation.

Simply sign up, and we’ll get in touch with more information and the link to the eLearning portal.

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We would like your feedback! Deminos have created Developing Resilience; a new eLearning course designed to help individuals learn how to become more resilient in an ever-changing world.

 

Before we launch our course to a wider audience, we’d like to invite you to take the course (due to retail at £35 per learner) for free. We’d only like one thing in return – your opinion!

What’s in the course?

Our Developing Resilience eLearning course defines what resilience is, and why it is now so important in everyday life. Learn how to be more resilient with useful tools, techniques and exercises intended for both individuals looking to become more resilient themselves, and managers aiming to improve their employees’ resilience at work.

The eLearning course is accompanied by a downloadable workbook containing simple exercises. Learners can refer to their answers later in the course, and apply the knowledge they have now learned.

Module 1 – The Importance of Resilience

  • What is resilience?
  • Why is resilience important?
  • Who is resilience important for?

Module 2 – The Resilience Journey

  • Nature or nurture?
  • Brain plasticity
  • Growth mind-set

Module 3 – Positive vs. Negative Thinking

  • Overcoming negative thinking
  • The ladder of inference
  • Challenge your thinking
  • Logical levels

Module 4 – Resilience Tools for Individuals

  • The locus of control
  • Self-esteem and self-efficacy
  • Emotional intelligence
  • The mind, body and soul

Module 5 – Resilience Tools for Organisations

  • Effective leadership
  • Well-managed change
  • Plan for change
  • Provide leadership
  • Communicate
  • Supportive working relationships
  • Setting clear objectives – SMART
  • Stress management

Approximate duration 1hr 10mins.

Simply sign up, and we’ll get in touch with more information and the link to the eLearning portal.

Privacy Policy

Why do we need resilience?

Change can manifest itself in many ways, be it in our personal or professional lives. While most of the time we can deal with these changes on a day-to-day basis, sometimes they can be traumatic.

Criticism or disappointment at work, job loss, financial problems, illness and grief are things many of us have had to endure in our lives. These events undermine our self-confidence, and can then lead to longer-term problems, such as depression or physical health conditions.

Being resilient means having the ability to cope with those challenges. What’s more, resilience can allow us to become stronger because of them and see the opportunities that can arise from a traumatic event.

Many employers value having a resilient workforce, as they’re able to cope with pressures such as sudden orders, and have lower rates of employee absence.

About Deminos

Here at Deminos, we have over twenty years’ experience in the human resources, employment law and training industries. As a result, we’ve seen first-hand how the stresses of the modern world can start to take its toll on people’s mental health.

We’ve discovered that simply putting policies in place at work will not suffice when it comes to wellbeing. One problem is how wellbeing policies are measured in terms of productivity, or lost working hours because of employee absence brought on by stress.

Looking at mental health in this way fails to address the issue, and only concentrates on how profitable people are from a business perspective. This in itself will only add to the problem, and make people more stressed over time.

As a result, many workplace wellbeing programmes simply do not work. Schemes offering perks or treats are going to be wholly ineffective when the root causes of stress are not being addressed first.

Other wellbeing programmes place responsibility on the individual to ‘help themselves’. While there are techniques we can use, overall resilience to stress is gained through a collaborative effort between the individual and the employer, through clear communication and skilled leadership.

At Deminos, we’ve used our extensive expertise to create eLearning experiences that explore the causes of stress, and apply the theories that can help tackle them. What’s more, our courses also teach employers what they need to do to back up these techniques at work.

By applying our exercises to everyday scenarios regularly, we believe that anyone can learn how to bounce back from almost any situation.

We would like your feedback! Deminos have created Developing Resilience; a new eLearning course designed to help individuals learn how to become more resilient in an ever-changing world. Before we launch our course to a wider audience, we’d like to invite you to take the course (due to retail at £35 per learner) for free. We'd only like one thing in return – your opinion!

Simply sign up, and we’ll get in touch with more information and the link to the eLearning portal.

Privacy Policy

What’s in the course?

Our Developing Resilience eLearning course defines what resilience is, and why it is now so important in everyday life. Learn how to be more resilient with useful tools, techniques and exercises intended for both individuals looking to become more resilient themselves, and managers aiming to improve their employees’ resilience at work.

The eLearning course is accompanied by a downloadable workbook containing simple exercises. Learners can refer to their answers later in the course, and apply the knowledge they have now learned.

Module 1 – The Importance of Resilience

  • What is resilience?
  • Why is resilience important?
  • Who is resilience important for?

Module 2 – The Resilience Journey

  • Nature or nurture?
  • Brain plasticity
  • Growth mind-set

Module 3 – Positive vs. Negative Thinking

  • Overcoming negative thinking
  • The ladder of inference
  • Challenge your thinking
  • Logical levels

Module 4 – Resilience Tools for Individuals

  • The locus of control
  • Self-esteem and self-efficacy
  • Emotional intelligence
  • The mind, body and soul

Module 5 – Resilience Tools for Organisations

  • Effective leadership
  • Well-managed change
  • Plan for change
  • Provide leadership
  • Communicate
  • Supportive working relationships
  • Setting clear objectives – SMART
  • Stress management

Approximate duration 1hr 10mins.

Why do we need resilience?

Change can manifest itself in many ways, be it in our personal or professional lives. While most of the time we can deal with these changes on a day-to-day basis, sometimes they can be traumatic.

Criticism or disappointment at work, job loss, financial problems, illness and grief are things many of us have had to endure in our lives. These events undermine our self-confidence, and can then lead to longer-term problems, such as depression or physical health conditions.

Being resilient means having the ability to cope with those challenges. What’s more, resilience can allow us to become stronger because of them and see the opportunities that can arise from a traumatic event.

Many employers value having a resilient workforce, as they’re able to cope with pressures such as sudden orders, and have lower rates of employee absence.

About Deminos

Here at Deminos, we have over twenty years’ experience in the human resources, employment law and training industries. As a result, we’ve seen first-hand how the stresses of the modern world can start to take its toll on people’s mental health.

We’ve discovered that simply putting policies in place at work will not suffice when it comes to wellbeing. One problem is how wellbeing policies are measured in terms of productivity, or lost working hours because of employee absence brought on by stress.

Looking at mental health in this way fails to address the issue, and only concentrates on how profitable people are from a business perspective. This in itself will only add to the problem, and make people more stressed over time.

As a result, many workplace wellbeing programmes simply do not work. Schemes offering perks or treats are going to be wholly ineffective when the root causes of stress are not being addressed first.

Other wellbeing programmes place responsibility on the individual to ‘help themselves’. While there are techniques we can use, overall resilience to stress is gained through a collaborative effort between the individual and the employer, through clear communication and skilled leadership.

At Deminos, we’ve used our extensive expertise to create eLearning experiences that explore the causes of stress, and apply the theories that can help tackle them. What’s more, our courses also teach employers what they need to do to back up these techniques at work.

By applying our exercises to everyday scenarios regularly, we believe that anyone can learn how to bounce back from almost any situation.