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Resilience is defined as your capacity to adapt to and recover from sources of stress and adversity. It is often described as your ability to “bounce back.”As a federal supervisor, manager, or non-supervisory professional in today’s evolving environment, you’re likely experiencing extraordinary demands on your personal resilience. How can you possibly find ways to bounce back in such a volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) world?This course will help answer that question, enabling you to better assess and define your own personal resilience by discovery of the following topics:
Using the latest evidence-based research and best practices, this course equips you with skills to enhance your awareness and development of personal resilience skills. Through a personalized, practical, skills-based approach, you’ll:
This course is designed for experienced supervisors, managers, and non-supervisory professionals (typically GS-12 GS-15).