Episode 5: Resilience coaching in a pandemic

3rd November by Jenny Campbell

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With statistics such as one in five people experiencing moderate to severe depression in 2020, what has the Covid-19 pandemic meant for individual and organisational resilience?

We look at how resilience coaching has been used to support workers during the last 18 months and are joined by two coaching professionals to learn more about their involvement with resilience coaching during the crisis. Both panellists have completed the Resilience Accreditation coach training programme and share their experiences of working with the Resilience Dynamic® model and the ‘whoosh’ which is used to chart resilience levels from break down to break even, right up to break through.

This episode explores some of the pressure points affecting workers, the most valuable lessons the coaches have learned and shares their insights into how to build a resilience capacity and work best with mental health conditions, stress, anxiety and isolation using a whole person approach.


You can link with the podcast participants here:

Jenny Campbell, CEO, The Resilience Engine

Alyson Ainsworth, Alyson Ainsworth Coaching Limited

Emilia Piera-Adamczyk, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust