Psychological Resilience: Skilling Ain't Got It
- Everyday stress busters. Cruse; Hoare, Linda // Training & Development;Nov99, Vol. 53 Issue 11, p65
Suggests ways to increase resilience and become stress-proof at work. Mental attitude; Exercises for physical tension stress; Time management.
- Personal Resilience for Healthcare Staff: When the Going Gets Tough. Verity, Rebecca // Cancer Nursing Practice;Jul2013, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p8
The article reviews the book "Personal Resilience for Healthcare Staff: When the Going Gets Tough," by John Edmonstone.
- An online solution to employee resilience. Carolan, Stephany // Occupational Health;Jan2014, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p24
The article discusses the online service WorkGuru, which helps an individual in building workplace resilience. It describes resilience as an individual's ability to adapt to the stressful job conditions, and mentions that several factors have been identified by the researchers, which can help an...
- DEATH spiralling AND the pursuit of resilience. Story, Mark // New Zealand Management;Jun2000, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p18
Discusses the impact of chronic fatigue to senior managers and chief executive officers in New Zealand. Two danger zones where New Zealand executives fall; Factors that cause chronic fatigue among executives; Pieces of advice on obtaining personal resilience.
- OPEN FORUM. Personal Resilience for Healthcare Staff: When the going gets tough. Quick, Julie // Journal of Perioperative Practice;May2014, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p92
No abstract available.
- Personal Resilience for Healthcare Staff. Russell, Phil // Nursing Older People;Dec2013, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p10
The article reviews the book "Personal Resilience for Healthcare Staff," by John Edmonstone.
- Gain resilience by taking five steps. SHALFROOSHAN, ALI // Recruiter;May2014, Special section p30
The author offers tips for becoming resilient in the recruitment industry. He discusses several points including the need to understand one's resilience through self-reflection, taking challenges outside one's comfort zone, and developing an optimistic outlook in success and failure situations....
- Building resilience through exposure to stressors: The effects of challenges versus hindrances. Crane, Monique F.; Searle, Ben J. // Journal of Occupational Health Psychology;Oct2016, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p468
This paper explores the potential for certain types of stressors to build resilience in the occupational setting. Using the challenge-hindrance stressor framework (Cavanaugh, Boswell, Roehling, & Boudreau, 2000), we propose that challenge stressors have the potential to promote the capacity for...
- How to develop your emotional resilience. Day-Calder, Mandy // Nursing Standard;11/23/2016, Vol. 31 Issue 13, p35
The article offers insights for nurses into developing emotional resilience. Topics covered include the recommendation for nurses to determine how they cope with stressful situations at work, the advice to practise mindfulness to stop worrying too much, and the need to build confidence by...