Resilience 抗壓成長

吸收壓力,在逆境中先蹲後跳

 

           

      “Anything worth achieving will always have obstacles in the way."

        Chuck Norris

 

好事總多磨。」                                                                              English 

查克.羅禮士

 

人們經常假想各種失敗。這些假想讓人分心,因此誤判自己不可能實現目標、改變現狀,或學會新的技能,更無法在逆境壓力中維持最佳狀態,並從中學習,導致最終受困其中。

 

然而,成功者絕非從未遭遇挫折。相反地,成功者懂得在壓力中保持正向態度,甚至感到興奮,他們知道,在逆境中被迫學會的技能,將有助於面對未來的挑戰。

 

2015 年,微軟的執行長 Satya Nadella 發信給所有員工,告知企業文化即將發生轉型,而轉型的核心就是建立所有員工的「成長心態」 (growth mindset)。心理學家 Carol Dweck 提出成長心態的理論,強調逆境能夠凸顯出人們應該磨練的技能。微軟根據成長心態的理論,發展了一系列的活動,幫助所有員工增加抗壓性,逆勢成長,變成管理人才。

  

課程目標

  • 發現童年如何影響看待逆境的核心價值觀。

  • 看見鑽牛角尖、自悲自憐、怨天尤人、與「習得無助」(Learned helplessness) 如何降低人們面對壓力的能力。

  • 理解心理學家弗洛依德如何看待「失落」(Loss)。

  • 學習 Carol Dweck 對於固著心態 (fixed mindset) 與成長心態 (growth mindset) 的區分,並且練習建構成長心態。

  • 練習正向的敘事觀點,重新描述逆境,發現能夠學習的技能。

  • 在日常生活中,找出可用資源,以供每次遭遇逆境運用。

 

 

 

學員回饋

格外有趣、生動,在職場上和日常生活上也非常實用。

暴露自己的脆弱能夠讓整個團隊產生緊密連結,分享失敗經驗比談論成功更重要。

鼓勵我回顧自己如何面對困境-尤其是指出、並且改正那些毫無建設性的想法。

 

 

 

 

 

Resilience

To overcome the inevitable changes, stresses and setbacks of the professional world, individuals and organisations need resilience. Its value is indisputable – a meta-analysis of different studies suggests that when employees are happy and confident (whatever other challenges they are facing) they are 31% more productive, make 37% more sales, and are three times as creative.

In this two-hour session, we will:

  • Consider why experiencing change can be so difficult

  • Learn to develop a growth mindset, where setbacks are seen as temporary learning experiences

  • Create a toolbox of resources to use when times get tough and consider what new strategies might be useful

  • Explore how we might take a new perspective on difficult events 

 

Testimonials

'I found the session exceptionally interesting, illuminating and also applicable to my job and everyday life.’

‘I learned that showing vulnerability connects us all and that we should share failures not just successes’

‘It encouraged me to look back at how I reacted to difficult situations- especially to identify non-constructive thoughts and hopefully change them’