Resilience Training Workshop (via Zoom)

Your Resilience – Understanding It and Building It

What is this workshop about? 

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Over the last year our worlds have been turned upside down.  Many of the familiar things which we love, enjoy and keep us resilient appear distant.  For community workers, volunteers and leaders supporting people and groups, Covid will undoubtedly have impacted on our own personal resilience. 

Resilience is one of those buzzwords which often misused and misunderstood.  In the workshop we will be taking a good look at what resilience is and what it is not.  Most importantly, this workshop aims to help you recognise your personal resilience strengths but also to think about areas of your life and work/volunteering where you can be pro-active to practically build your resilience.

How will it help me? 

From this workshop it we hope that you will: 

  • Have a clear understanding of what workplace resilience actually means. 
  • Be able to step back and look at your own personal resilience in a rounded way.
  • Share and learn strategies for personal resilience building.
  • Have effective and powerful tools to reflect further and develop your resilience beyond the workshop. 

Workshop details – when and how to access

  • Time:  10 am – 12.00 pm 
  • Date:  Monday, 10th May 2021

About your workshop facilitator  

Maire McGrath, Director, FutureSpark Coaching (MSc, BA, MAC) 

Maire is a Life and Leadership Coach, Facilitator and Speaker.  Maire’s key areas of skills and experience include leadership development, team coaching, coaching workshops and facilitating organisations and teams in collaborative projects. Maire is an accredited and specialist Resilience at Work coach practitioner.   

Prior to establishing FutureSpark Coaching, Maire has worked in the community and voluntary sector for over eighteen years in Dublin and Northern Ireland.

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