Good leaders are aware of and understand their strengths and harness them in order to fulfil their potential and enjoy their work more.
As a coaching psychologist, resilience is probably one of the most important areas that I can support my coaching clients to develop. When resilience is low, this can negatively affect performance and increase problems such as stress, anxiety and depression. If we are not able to adjust to change, we will only get stuck in wishing for our previous way of life, instead of being able to adapt to the ‘new normal’ and look forward to new opportunities.
In this article, I would like to share some of my knowledge of the cognitive-behavioural coaching perspective on resilience.