The public sector is facing rapid and unprecedented change. Beyond the ongoing challenges of the pandemic, there’s been structural changes, we’ve seen machinery of government changes, at state and territory levels, at federal levels.
We’re seeing increased expectations on the public sector, there’s diminished trust of public sector institutions, not to mention major transformation programs kicking off across the board… Change has never been this fast before and will never be this slow again.
The course experience:
This will be a collaborative, community learning experience where the focus is on becoming resilient, not just getting told what resilience is. You will be challenged to apply new things, not hard things, but potentially life changing things.
The course will take approximately 8 hours to complete over 7 working days.
Expert coaching and support throughout.
People start the course together on the same date, and end the course together.
Measure Resilience capability from start to finish.
People can participate at any time, from any computer or device (phone, tablet).
Matt Hughes navigated a career in corporate finance, consulting and strategy for over a decade across three continents, then he retrained in psychology to learn the Resilience skills and techniques used by elite performers.
Matt now delivers proven Resilience training courses to companies across Australia and based internationally, to help individuals and teams perform at their best.
Each day involves a small amount of participation, which can be done at times of the day suitable to you and your schedule. Below is the suggested time allocation each day for completing the course successfully.
Tools to assist with; monitoring their psychological reactions during adversity, ‘putting it into perspective’ for dealing with imposed change, and taking action to move themselves through setbacks more effectively.
Practiced enhancing their cognitive problem solving skills, including self-awareness, self-regulation and mental agility for navigating themselves through change and setbacks.
Learned the importance of social problem solving during conflict, including the ability to notice and expect the positive, to focus on what they can control, and to take purposeful action
A personalised Resilience plan for managing their Biological, Cognitive and Social resilience day-to-day.