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How to Recharge Your Resilience Levels

Lessons for Leaders

Release Date: 07/22/2021

There’s a misunderstanding of what it means to be resilient, and the resulting impact of overworking.

I share information and ideas about how you can recharge your resilience levels in different ways and how you can find ways to get little pockets of holiday like moments so that you bounce back from difficulties or exhaustion as quickly as possible.

Daily recovery from work is crucial to maintain high levels of well-being, performance and resilience.

We learn early on in our lives that we must work hard.  Be dedicated.  Put in the hours etc.

Keep calm under pressure

Manage shifting priorities – all those things we put on our cv.

And yes we can do this, but we also need to have tools in our toolkit to help us keep going for the long term.

I share 

  • two key areas that people hardly ever mention in my workshops that are completely relevant to resilience.
  • why it's not just about your physical health 
  • what to avoid if you want to help your body recover and recharge
  • how to tune into what will work specifically for you
  • why you need to calm your brain as well as recharge your body

Listen to my other episodes on the theme of resilience too with 

How Self Awareness is Crucial for Resilient Leaders

How to Strengthen Your Support Network

Why You Need to Revisit Your Vision


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If you want to be increasing your performance so that you’re more resilient in these current times, so that you can focus easily, use tools and techniques to deal with all the current and unknown challenges then make sure that you either drop me an email to [email protected] .   Or head over to my website at http://www.emmalangton.com and you can find the contact page and either send me a email from there or book an appointment straight into my diary – saving all that to-ing and fro-ing that you get when we try to get space in people’s diary.