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What's a resilient mindset?

Assess your current level of resilience and understand how life experiences make you stronger.

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There are many things we do every day which build on our individual resilience levels to not just survive a difficult period, but actually thrive.

We have partnered with resilience coach Timothy Giles and registered psychologist Anton Ashcroft to help you understand that our different life experiences have led us to all have very different levels of resilience, and what we have in common is the ability to build up our adaptability no matter how low we may think our resilience levels are.

These 3 modules have been designed to work together as a package, with each module containing 10-15 minutes of learning. As a package you will grow with this content through:

  • Understanding and managing resilience with practice, prevention and care.
  • Learning how to manage stress, and how it can be used to help achieve goals.
  • Using techniques to build resilience and a self-care plan.
  • Better management of triggers to help create a work-life balance.
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The resilient mindset module turns on its head the “one size fits all” approach common in discussions on resilience. It helps you understand that our different life experiences have led us to all have very different levels of resilience, and what we do have in common is the ability to build up our resilience no matter how low it may be.

You’ll learn about:

  • The standard definition of “resilience”
  • Defining what resilience means to you as an individual
  • How to manage your personal triggers

building blocks of resilience
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There are many practical things we can do every day to build up our individual resilience and to not just survive a difficult period, but actually thrive instead. The Building blocks of resilience module will take your staff through the basics of how to expand and build upon their current resilience levels.

You’ll learn about:

  • Discover the three simple parts to building resilience (Practice, Prevention, and Care)
  • Learn how some stress can actually be helpful to achieve our goals
  • Consider some techniques to build resilience and create a self-care plan
measuring your resilience
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Measuring your resilience allows your staff to assess their current levels with fun interactive quizzes and is designed to take your staff through the neuroscience of resilience in very simple terms.

You’ll learn about:

  • Discover the myths of resilience and consider how these have impacted them personally
  • Understand the effects of resilience on the brain at an organic level
  • Identify the four traits that allow someone to be resilient (Confidence, Social Support, Purpose, and Adaptability) and assess their personal resources

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All Skillpod modules are customisable to your people, your place and your brand for content that your team will relate to.

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Anton Ashcroft

Registered psychologist

Timothy Giles

Resilience coach and researcher

Skillpod’s Resilience content has been grown with

Anton Ashcroft

A registered psychologist who trained within the UK prison service before providing psychological support for the homeless while developing Drug Rehab programmes for the prison service. Over the last eight years Anton has combined supervision for prison psychologists with neuroscience focused leadership training and coaching. This expertise in neuroscience makes Anton a perfect fit to bringing science-based strategies for building resilience, and the effects resilience can take on your brain at an organic level.

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Timothy Giles

Resilience coach and researcher. Timothy is a true believer in the power of listening. He has worked with groups from businesses to long-term unemployed youth. Both have brought an ongoing source of motivation and insight. Part of Timothy’s understanding comes from his personal experience of two TBI (traumatic brain injuries) which have given him a unique take on resilience. Life experience, good or bad, provides an opportunity to develop new knowledge to not just bounce back from the challenges but to leap forward.

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