Resilience and You is designed for those who would like to strengthen their resilience, particularly in times of challenge and uncertainty. We interview resilient humans to learn from their stories about how resilience can be strengthened, at work and beyond. Kathryn McEwen, an organizational psychologist operating out of Australia, defines resilience as “an individual’s capacity to manage the everyday stress of work and remain healthy, rebound and learn from unexpected setbacks and prepare for future challenges proactively.” Resilience invites us to slow down, create a pause, take a breath and embrace curiosity. Resilience is currently receiving a lot of media attention. Our efforts to cultivate workplaces of belonging and performance amidst COVID-19 are yielding resilience challenges for leaders and employees alike. Resilience positively enhances our conflict handling skills, our capacity for managing everyday stressors and our capacity for navigating the many relationships we have.
Leaning in to resilience to fuel racial justice!
How does resilience show up when you lead racial equity work in the non-profit, philanthropic and private sector as a Black woman? Listen in this week when Organizational Change Luminary Maegan Scott joins Beth in the resilience conversation.
Designing your resilience self-care plan!
This Health Leader designed a resilience self-care plan as they navigated the pandemic, being disconnected from family in Atlantic Canada and community members in Nunavut, and while becoming a patient of the system they serve.
Manifesting resilience with radical acceptance!
How does resilience manifest when we embrace radical acceptance of the challenging or uncertain circumstances we find ourselves in? Find out in episode 4 when Dr.
Learning from adversity to lead with resilience
When the going gets tough how you respond is how your resilience shows up! In this episode, Kathryn McEwen, Global Lead of Working With Resilience, joins Beth to talk about how we can use our learnings from adversity to lead with resilience!
Using challenge to cultivate resilience
Even on the best of days, challenges exist, and they can come in all shapes and sizes. As challenges magnified this past year with COVID-19 they didn’t stop Teara Fraser, founder of Iskwew Air, the first airline founded by an Indigenous woman in Canada.
Take a seat at the table when it matters most!
As we celebrate International Women’s Day we see the headlines of how the pandemic continues to have exacerbated impacts on marginalized communities.