About the Session

In a dynamic work environment change is constant. Think about recent changes that have taken place at ACU, particularly ones that affected you in your everyday work routine. Assess your own typical reactions to change

  • Explore the ‘transition curve’ to better understand and recognise common responses during each stage of change; 
  • Uncover practical strategies to personally navigate each stage of the transition curve;
  • Examine the physical and psychological benefits of building personal resilience;
  • Identify the key factors associated with personal resilience and effectiveness; 
  • Develop practical strategies to proactively build your personal resilience; 
  • Identify your existing social support system and overcome common barriers to asking for help; 
  • Identify and alter unhelpful thinking patterns; 
  • Develop your internal locus of control; 
  • Set your personal resilience goals and create an action plan to continue to build your resilience

Who is this session for?

All Staff

CDF Competencies

  • Adapt to and Lead Change
  • Be Responsible and Accountable for Achieving Excellence
  • Communicate with Impact



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Course code:12031
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