Resiliency: Using Adversity to Accelerate Organizational Success
Life altering moments directly impact workforce productivity, organizational metrics, and the leaders’ ability to promote enhanced staff morale. Choosing to take a proactive approach to fortifying organizational resiliency will have direct financial impacts on a company’s ability to successfully pivot and promote enhanced employee productivity in the face of adversity. When positioned appropriately, unanticipated obstacles can create opportunity for growth and development within the company’s leadership to promote tangible outcomes for the corporation. Conversely, choosing not to prioritize organizational resiliency and stress reduction is a decision to inadvertently promote increased absenteeism, increased health insurance claims, and decreased productivity. For example, decreased resiliency is linked to increased depression rates. Employers incur nearly $105 billion annually of depression's economic burden due to multifaceted lost productivity (Kuhl, 2020).
Creating an organizational culture of resiliency, stress reduction, and self-care is a strategic financial necessity to improving organizational metrics, leadership peak performance, employee productivity, customer loyalty, and sustainable growth.
Learn from a Doctor of Nursing with over a decade of experience in improving health outcomes, preventing disease, and decreasing organizational health care costs by championing employee wellness programs.
Walk Away with Tools and Strategies to:
- Strengthen an organizational culture of resiliency as a peak performance tool
- Recognize the early symptoms of physical, emotional, and mental stress in your life and your organization
- Mitigate barriers to your peak performance and your organization operating at its optimum level
- Utilize 3 strategies to fortify a champion’s mindset and accelerate organizational success
- Position adversity as an accelerator to success despite overwhelming adversity
SHRM Competencies Addressed:Leadership and Navigation, Human Resource Expertise, Critical Evaluation, Business Acumen, Communication, Consultation, Ethical Practice, Global and Cultural Effectiveness, Relationship Management
Dr. Felice Carlton