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Resilience Fundamentals in Singapore

Date: 6 Sep 2019


The program is internationally respected and the only course of its type in Australasia. On the day, you will gain from the insights of the only work scientifically proven to boost the resilience of individuals in the workforce. IRIS RESILIENCE FUNDAMENTALS workshop is inspired by some of the great authors in this (and related) fields including such notable theorists as Albert Ellis, Tim Beck, Suniya Luthar, Richard Tedeschi, Lillian Comos-Diaz, Anthony Kidman and Karen Saakvitine. However, our program is most influenced by our readings into the works of Martin Seligman, Karen Reivich and Andrew Shatté.

Throughout the course of the day participants will be walked through the 8-Strengths of Resilience as developed by IRIS:

- Strength 1 Making Connections
- Strength 2 Managing Icebergs
- Strength 3 Optimizing Your Thinking
- Strength 4 Understanding Optimism (Accurate Thinking)
- Strength 5 Keeping Perspective
- Strength 6 Expressing Emotions
- Strength 7 Applying Empathy
- Strength 8 Choosing Your Battles

The IRIS model of resilience believes that there are two core factors that help us better understand ourselves and develop a resilient mindset™:
1. How accurately we interpret the world around us (thinking styles); and
2. How well we can adapt our own behaviour in different situations (behavioural flexibility)
Resilience Fundamentals is a personal skills development program designed to promote one’s own resilience – the ability to remain focused, on-task and in problem solving mode – in the face of workplace adversities like change, ambiguity and uncertainty.

Through a process of retrospective learning participants will…

• Become aware of negative thinking and self-limiting responses;
• Build the mental strength to navigate their way through life’s crises;
• Learn to cope with grief and anxiety;
• Overcome barriers that get in the way of building solid relationships;
• Master the art of realistic optimism; and
• Identify with the strengths of authentic happiness.

Presenter / Provider Details

This event will be co-facilitated by SHANE WARREN and KAIT LUKER.

Shane is a registered psychotherapist, certified clinical supervisor, certified practicing hypnotherapist and certified practicing coach, with private practices in Sydney, Singapore and Hong Kong. He is a Director of the International Resilience Institute Sydney and an internationally respected facilitator of leadership development programs within a resilience framework for multination corporations, not-for-profit groups and small businesses through the Asia-Pacific Region. Shane along with Drs Venkat Pulla and Andrew Shatte published 'Perspectives on Coping and Resilience' in 2013.

Kait is consultant in human resource leadership and organisational development with a strong background in health and emergency services. She also has a very busy coaching practice working closely with individuals and families affected by life threatening illnesses. Kait works from a creative coaching model bringing her studies in medical science and fine art together.

Duration: 8:00am-6:00pm

Venue: Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, 317 Outram Road, Singapore, 169075

Website: Go to event website

Contact: Email Organizer

$324.50 – $434.50

Language: English

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