It’s been an emotional year – the psychological impact of quarantine, loss and transition has taken its toll . Do join us if you’d like to understand a framework that explains the make-up of emotions, along with some tips and techniques to build emotional resilience. The one thing we can count on is change – our emotions play a big part in whether we make a successful transition or get left behind.
Understanding and building emotional resilience helps us re-think challenging situations. The Emotional Resilience Framework provides a practical explanation and map of our emotional competencies in both dealing with our own emotions and those of others.
It’s a tool we frequently use in one to one and group coaching. It has been at the top of our list of most useful frameworks over the last 12 months . It can provide a reference for line managers and their teams in understanding and acknowledging emotions. It also provides knowledge and practical tips for anyone who is looking to become more emotionally aware.
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