There is a lot of talk lately about burnout and resilience. We need to "toughen up" and "bounce back". In physics "resilience" is defined as the ability of a material to return to it's original shape after being stressed. In our rapidly changing world, the "original shape" is already obsolete. So now what?Read More
In this episode of the Deloitte Resilient podcast, Dr. Dan Diamond, author of **Beyond Resilience: Trench-Tested Tools to Thrive Under Pressure**, shares his front-line perspectives from over three decades of coordinating relief efforts for some of the most devastating natural disasters around the world. He also discusses how lessons learned from these experiences can be applied to our everyday and work lives to create purpose, foster reciprocity, and encourage gratitude.
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Ponder for a moment how you respond to intense change. For some people, just the word “change” causes them to tense up, break out in a sweat and spend the night staring at the ceiling. But, some people actually look forward to it and welcome the challenge. One thing's for sure: all of us encounter it. I've spend a good chunk of my career trying to understand why some people get stuck and some thrive when times get tough. Some get burned out and some fired up. If you've been feeling a bit overwhelmed, read on. I have some good news for you.Read More
Would you be interested if there was a scientifically proven treatment that would improve happiness, improve longevity, improve optimism, improve alertness, improve enthusiasm, improve determination, improve attentiveness and improve energy? Would you still be interested if it didn’t cost a pile of money or require prior authorization of your insurance company? People that regularly practice...Read More
Have you ever wondered why organizations with really smart people have to bring in consultants to see the solutions that have been right in front of them all along? It has to do with the way that our brains process information and solve problems when we are under stress or going through times of tremendous change. Read on and you may feel like a kid that just got his first pair of glasses.Read More