Team Resilience – Creating the next edge in project delivery
In recent years resilience has become increasingly important across all industry sectors. There are higher workloads, fewer resources, and changing demands as organizations attempt to adapt to global competitive markets and a rapidly changing technological, political, social, and climatic environment. Many of the changes we have seen in recent years have been transformational with major implications for job roles. When these pressures are combined with the increasing complexity and ‘busyness’ of everyday life, the desired responses move beyond the management of stress to a need for resilience.
The new era of work makes resilience a critical attribute.
While resilience is now being recognized as an important underpinning of long-term worker health and performance, most focus to date has been at the individual level, with less attention paid to the impact of the groups in which people work. This is despite the fact that most people work in a team, or in multiple teams.
Resilient teams are robust enough to manage their role effectively yet agile enough to both respond to, and be the leaders in, change. For performance to be sustained over the longer-term, it means that team challenges need to be managed while preserving, not sacrificing, employee wellbeing. Resilience enables sustainable performance.
A number of strategies can be put into place to foster the resilience of teams. Join to learn about a model for team resilience that you can use to support your project teams.
We look forward to seeing you at the event.
Silvia de Ridder is Managing Director of Unconscious Potential. She describes herself as an engineer of human excellence. Silvia works with organizations in the areas of leadership, people, and team development. In addition, she has a background in engineering and program/project management. Silvia brings a level of knowledge to the development of engineers, program/project managers, and technical personnel to develop business and behavioral skills. Silvia has partnered with PMI for the past 10 plus years delivering professional development programs.
|Event Date||16-06-2020 7:00 am|
|Event End Date||16-06-2020 8:30 am|
|Registration Start Date||12-05-2020|
|Cut Off Date||16-06-2020 6:45 am|