This webinar features simple solutions to help re-establish effectiveness and wellbeing while working from home. On the call we had Tania Clifton-Smith, Dr Sven Hansen and Brad Hook. Practical takeaways “When in Doubt Breathe Out” BradCliff Breathing® Tania explained the BradCliff Green Dot – using a green sticker as a reminder to stop, drop, flow
Brad Hook and Manish Arneja from the Resilience Institute are joined by Stuart Taylor from Springfox.com to chat about keeping well and staying productive while working from home. Some of the topics covered include: How can people stay well during the lockdown? We discuss sleep, exercise, diet. What are some skills that can help families
Engage and Decide After a turbulent fortnight, we are confronted with major life adjustments. Nearly one third of the world is in lock-down. Businesses are closed, streets are empty, skies are clear and most of us are hunkered down in our homes. Life as we know it has stopped. Dismal health and economic consequences loom.
Make time to discover and savour joy. Every day. Especially now. We wallow in testing times. It is not easy to be locked down at home feasting on fear and gloom. As the world and all of us find ourselves disrupted, make time for joy. This morning, on the Waitemata Harbour, I rediscover the power
Dr Sven, Alexia Michiels and Brad Hook connected to discuss practical tips for staying calm, focused and connected despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of the topics we explore: What can I do practically to protect myself and family? How do we lead our teams through this testing time? How do we manage the news/information flood?
Take care of yourself, your family and your teams Nassim Taleb wrote about Black Swan events in 2010. A Black Swan is an improbable event with massive consequences. We are in one right now. Every one of us is facing unknown unknowns. Our savings are impacted. We are concerned about family, friends and business as
COVID-19 has resulted in the lockdown of entire countries, with only employees in essential services allowed to attend work Travel restrictions have resulted in organisations rapidly adopting systems and processes that enable telecommuting Major conferences, events and training sessions have been cancelled The Resilience Institute responds with specialised digital resilience support for COVID-19, including webinars
Natural disasters and pandemics shake us in body (shock, heart rate and breathing), heart (anxiety, sadness and anger) and mind (confusion, pessimism and worry). We cannot control nature, but we can modify our mindset and behaviours. By learning to Bounce we can remain calm, focused and effective after the challenge. Common Reactions after a Disaster