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Resilience Impact in Coaching
Navigating uncertainty in healthy and effective ways
Helping you find the right strategies for your clients
Organisational and individual resilience are two of the biggest themes currently impacting the world of work. With resilience showing up in so many aspects of life, how can coaches help clients achieve the best outcomes through times of complex uncertainty and fast-moving change?
If you are increasingly working with clients who are stuck or dealing with conditions such as anxiety, stress or burnout, then resilience coaching can help you find the right strategies for the client to make effective and lasting change.
Where wellbeing is a high priority for organisations and leaders, resilience coaching is a much in demand discipline. Find out why the tools and techniques employed in resilience coaching provide a robust way of building capacity to work with uncertainty in healthy and effective ways, while offering your practice a competitive edge.
Video: Why the Resilience Accreditation Programme?
As the workplace becomes increasingly complex, it is a priority to develop the critical skills, resilience and expertise needed to remain change-ready, agile, innovative and profitable. A resilience capability is the bedrock of an effective coaching approach and progressive workplace culture. Finding the room to breathe, the space to think and being prepared for change can help you, your employees, teams and organisation counteract the challenges a resilience drain poses.
Hear a past graduate talks about his experience on the Resilience Accreditation Programme.
“I had wanted to join the Resilience Practitioner's Programme for a few years, but never managed to find the time. What a great decision it was and I am extremely thankful I took the plunge.”
Jenny Campbell Consultant Coach & Faculty
Jenny is a senior executive coach and resilience researcher. The two practices go hand in hand, providing rigorously researched insights together with tools and techniques for enabling the development of resilience in others. Jenny is dedicated to furthering our understanding of resilience in order to create the highest healthy and sustainable success possible. This is for individuals, teams, organisations, and more recently, communities. Her primary aim is to make the incredible ‘deep and simple’ findings of her research accessible by all. She is a renowned public speaker on resilience, and brings her work out through publications and direct work with organisations and communities. She is CEO of The Resilience Dynamic®, a business bringing the research findings into the world in an accessible way. The services include workshops, e-learning solutions and an accreditation programme which accredits coaches and consultants to facilitate resilience development in others. She currently leads a research collaboration into Team and Organisational Resilience, using action enquiry as the main research method. Jenny has significant business and organisational experience through her commercial leadership roles in BP Europe, BT and O2. She has also worked in Strategy Consulting, helping high growth businesses. Jenny has led teams all across Western Europe, and has established technology partnerships between UK and USA companies.
Alison Kane Faculty
Alison is client services director at the Resilience Engine. She is an executive and leadership coach with a background in the oil industry. She works with leaders and teams across all sectors to transform performance. Alison believes that resilient leaders support resilience in themselves, their followers and organisations, and that resilience makes lives happier, stronger and more productive. In both her coaching work, and in delivering The Resilience Engine models and tools, she is passionate about making resilience real for everyone.
Anne Archer Faculty
My passion is to shift perspective in mental health at work. We all deserve to thrive, and my approach is whole person whole life. I have a unique portfolio where I can address people in deep crisis to execs who want a bit more capacity in a full and rich life. This perspective is enabling in how I work with my clients. I’m a trusted companion, advocate, and critical friend. To facilitate a shift, I am a crisis volunteer for Shout; a Mental Health First Aid Instructor, Resilience Coach, Global Exec and Team Coach and facilitate changing perspective workshops. My greatest satisfactions come from seeing individuals grow in their capacity to thrive in life and for organisations to create the environment where to thrive is normal. Anne Archer MSc Psychology of Well-being; PCC, Accredited Resilience Coach, Advanced Diploma Exec Coaching (AoEC), Certified Supervisor of Coaches and Trusted Coach Directory member.
Rebecca Walker Faculty
Rebecca is the owner of Unfold and associate faculty. She is a leadership coach and works globally with organisations, teams and individuals across a range of sectors. She works with executives and aspiring leaders to develop and transform their leadership performance, resilience and confidence. With over 20 years in corporate communications for clients such as BT, Barclays, Novartis, Legal & General, Olswang, Rebecca is experienced in developing and delivering programmes for managers and leaders on leadership, dynamic teams and resilience.
Take a look at our Resilience articles for further reading:
UK workers are running on empty
22nd May 2023 by Lee Robertson
New data and economic modelling published by AXA UK and the Centre for Business and Economic Research (Cebr) has revealed…
Resilience Accreditation Programme / “The programme can stand on its own and has a lot to offer”
24th January 2023 by Lee Robertson
Rudi Kindts is an experienced senior executive and non-executive director, senior executive mentor and integral development coach. Having developed a…
The team coach diaries - is stress preventing your team from fulfilling their potential?
14th December 2022 by Neil Atkinson
A quick look at the numbers and it’s clear we have a problem. Stress is now the biggest cause of…