Leadership Nugget: How To Build Resilience in Yourself and Your Team

Chuck defines Resilience as “the ability to bounce back and recover from disappointments, setbacks and failures.”

Leadership Secret:  Resilience can be developed.  Challenging experiences can help strengthen our resilience. 

3 Checkpoints for Building Your Resilience 

1. Confidence

  • Setbacks can shake our confidence. 

  • The best teams maintain confidence in each other despite disappointments.  

Leadership Secret: Work to build Resilience in your team before challenges.

  • It is crucial for a team to have confidence in their leader during times of stress and failure.

2. Disciplined Work Routines

  • Setbacks can leave teams confused and disoriented.  

  • Resilient teams go back to work after a setback.  They trust their daily and weekly routines to empower  them to overcome the challenges they are facing.

3. The Significance of Social Support

  • During seasons of disappointment, the members of Resilient teams intentionally strengthen one another.  

Leadership Secret: Guard against team members who might become isolated.  We need each other!

“Develop success from failures.  Discouragement and failure are two of the surest steppingstones to success.”  – Dale Carnegie

What can you do in the next 30 days to build Resilience in yourself and the members of your team?  

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