Resilience and Wellbeing in Times of Crisis
Open to the private sector only with minimum education qualification of having a Bachelors degree. Limited to 25 participants. Program cost is covered by KFAS. The registration will close upon either the deadline date of May 28, 2020 at 3:00pm, or upon exceeding the maximum number of applications received.
Who Should Attend
The course is aimed at anyone who is or may be working under a crisis and for whom their own well-being and resilience, as well as that
of others, is a concern.
This intensive and practical two-day course is aimed at anyone who needs to maintain their well-being and develop their resilience while working in volatile, unexpected, complex and ambiguous situations.
This course will have the following benefits and outcomes for attendees:
- Understand what makes a situation a “crisis” and the steps in managing a crisis and making decisions.
- Have advanced their Emotional Intelligence and be able to use the four components of EI in real life.
- Know the types of stress they might face, ways to handle stress and work under pressure, and understand personal sources of stress as well as motivation.
- Have become more resilient and better able to manage personal well-being and the well-being of others.
- Be able to coach others and be coach as a support method.
- Understand how motivation works and the practical implications of high or low motivation in the workplace.
- Have developed their communication skills in general and their competences in assertiveness in particular.
- Be better able to lead others and work in virtual teams in a crisis.