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Building Resilience - One-day Course

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Building Resilience Training

Duration: One-day tutor-led training

Suitable for: Employees, line managers, and HR professionals

Resilience can be described as our ability to adapt and bounce back when things don’t go as planned. Resilient people don’t dwell on failures; they acknowledge the situation, learn from their mistakes, and then move on.

Having a high level of resilience does not mean you will avoid stress; it means you will be able to adapt and recover more effectively from it.

We can’t always choose the situations we find ourselves in, but we can usually choose how we respond in the long run.

BounceBack’s Building Resilience course will allow you and your employees to recognise automatic, unplanned responses and learn how to react to them in order to build your own resilience and overall wellbeing.


By the end of the resilience workshop you will be able to:

Define resilience and explain its importance

Challenge the way you think

Differentiate between positive and negative thinking

Use tools that help you develop resilience

Help to build workplace resilience

Building Resilience Training content:

  • Why is resilience important? We explore why resilience is important to us as individuals and why it is an attribute possessed by resilient people. Participants will identify their own resilience levels and how they currently cope with workplace challenges.
  • Positive vs. negative thinking. Determine how negative thinking can have both a physical and psychological impact. Discover how negative reactions to minor setbacks can lead to an escalation of negative feelings and affect work performance.
  • Challenge your thinking. Use a variety of models to identify behaviours based on our past experiences and beliefs. This is the opportunity to explore individual outlooks and discuss tips and techniques for challenging your thinking and the impact it can have.
  • Building personal and workplace resilience. Discovering useful tools to develop personal and workplace resilience. Delegates will be able to develop an action plan to define what they can do to improve resilience both personally and at work.

Stress Management - Half-day Course

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Stress Management Training

Duration: Half-day tutor-led training

Suitable for: Employees, line managers, and HR professionals

Workplace stress can affect employees both physically and mentally, which in turn can impact on how well a business performs.

Not dealing with stress correctly will have a detrimental effect on employees’ job performance and undermines their job satisfaction, as well as leading to emotional and physical health problems.

Our Stress Management course sets out an approach you can use to tackle stress on an ongoing basis. Following these tips will ensure that you are proactive rather than reactive; an important strategy for coping well with stress.

This half-day course examines what causes stress, and examines how it can be managed and reduced over time.


By the end of the stress management workshop you will be able to:

Define stress and the effect it has on the body

Follow a model for coping with stress

Identify stressors and explore methods of avoiding stress

Reduce personal stress by following clear techniques

Stress Management Training Content

  • Identifying stress and your stressors – An overview of the history of stress and its relation to the stressors we are subjected to in daily life.
  • Physical responses to stress – Exploring the mental and physical aspects of stress and how this can result in illness and poor lifestyle choices.
  • Stress coping model – Highlighting the process of stress, and the methods we can use to interrupt the process to cope better.
  • Personal stress reduction – Approaches that can be used to proactively deal with stress on an ongoing basis, rather than relying on reactive responses.