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Resilience in the WorkplaceJanuary 27, 2021 1:00-2:00 p.m. ETSponsored by

CUPA-HR WebinarPresenterMaureen De Armond, JD, SHRM-SCPAssociate Vice President of Human Resources,Oregon Tech

Today’s Conversation Current StateResilience as a ConceptBuilding ResilienceExercise #1Exercise #2Take-Aways & Discussion

Current State“The only thingthat is constant ischange.”-Heraclitus,GreekPhilosopherChaos, 2019 by French artist Tic

Conversation Starter What is it that you really want & need right now? (typeinto chat: 1-word answers) What does “certainty” bring us? What is the value of certainty and why are we craving it?

What is Resilience?In the face of stressors and changingdemands, the ability to WithstandDeal with andrespond tochallenges, facedifficultiesRecoverBounce back, rollwith the punches,go with the flow,reboundGrowAdapts findopportunities, applycreative/positivesolutions

Poll QuestionWhich of the components of resilience do youfind yourself struggling with the most?The ability to:1. Withstand2. Recover3. Grow4. Depends on the day

So, how do we get it? Not a trait that people either have or do not have Not something people are born with or inherit Not automatically transferred from situationtosituation Can be learned and developed by anyone by happenstance and time or via intentionality and practice**This one’s way better!

So, how do we get upport

Poll QuestionWhich of these components do you findyourself relying on the most aptabilityDepends on the day

Building Resilience[One] who has a why to livecan bear almost any how.-Friedrich Nietzsche

Building Resilience – Exercise #1 Personal Values Help people bemore resilient in the face of stress They did a study! ROI Even relatively short writingexercises on values can have longlasting and dramatic effectsSo, maybe there is something tojournaling and vision boards!

Building Resilience – Exercise #1Why it is worth it to you to persevere and get throughthis challenging time?Example: I want to be there for my family and friends1.2.3.4.5.

Building Resilience – Exercise #1 What is behind each ofyour WHYs? Identify the value orvalues that capture theessence of each of yourWHYs Time to identify the valuebehind the why!

AcceptanceAchievementAdvancement dableDesignDiscoveryDiversityEnvironmentalEconomic eFamilyFast nessHarmonyHealthHelping OthersHelping usivityIndependenceInfluencing OthersIngenuityInner wledgeLeadershipLearningLoyaltyMagnificenceMaking a DifferenceMasteryMeaningful ensibilityPatienceSensualityPeaceSerenityPersonal Development ServicePersonal Expression itualityPowerPrivacyStabilityProfessional Growth skWisdomSacrifice

The values that make persevering through thecurrent challenges worth it to me include Family/Friendship I want to be there for my family and friends I want to be a role model for people in my life Competence I have ambitions and goals I have not yetrealized Growth I want my team to feel and be supported Leadership I haven’t gone to Hawaii yet! Adventure

Create/Identify “Values Reminders” Proactive: Photographs Quotes about core values Arts-and-Craft It (symbols, images,people) Reactive: When you hit a low or are facedwith negativity, reflect on your core valuesThink of your core values as energy sourcesto turn to when you need a boost

Building Resilience – Exercise #2 Reflect: Develop resilience bydrawing on how you overcamefrom past challenges Identify: What was it exactlythat helped you get through aperiod of hardship in the past? Apply the 4 S’s: A tool to helpidentify personal resources forresilience by giving them aframework

Sagacity is the wisdomand insight that youhold onto. It can comefrom song lyrics,novels, poetry, spiritualwritings, quotes fromthe famous, the sayingsof one’s grandparentBuilding Resilience – Exercise #2 The Four S’s: Identify Supportive People* Develop Coping Strategies Collect or Identify Sourcesof Sagacity Develop Solution-seeking Behaviors Reflect on the past sources of resilience Come up with a Resilience Plan

Supportthat keep you uprightStrategiesthat keep you movingPhone calls with Group text with Chatting with Exchanging memes with Gaming with Schedules an appointment with my therapistBooked a massage .Exercise Trying out yoga, meditationFocusing on breathing techniquesAt least once a week, I Started a gratitude jar Journaling SagacitySolution-Seeking BehaviorsPoems Music Quotes Notes on the fridge Fond memory of the day Reread/watched favorite book/movieAsk for feedback on Seek mentoring from Read articles about Learn how to Study about Watch a Ted Talk on that give you comfort & hopeyou can show

Building Resilience – Exercise #2The 4 S’s is intended to help you:(1) Identify what has helped you bounce back fromdifficulties in the past, and(2) Create a personal resilience plan based on existinghabits and support adopting new habits

Take-Aways Reflect on how you can betterWithstand, Recover, & Grow Think of building resilience asyou would build a muscle ordeveloping a new skill Commit to exploring ways youcan expand your capabilities tobe resilient Revisit the two exercises Read up on the topic

Resources 3 Resilience Exercises (PositivePsychology)***The Road to ResiliencePlan for Resilience, Workplace EditionRobertson Cooper Resilience ModelHow to Build Resilience Skills in the Workplace30 Ways to Build Workplace ResilienceFive Key Stress Resilience Skills6 unconventional ways to build focus, resilience, and calm in 2021That one poem Maureen mentionedA Post-COVID World Calls for More Authentic LeadershipAuthentic communication is more important than ever in the age of coronavirusEmail Maureen for the slides: maureen.dearmond@oit.edu

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