Team resilience is the ability for the members to withstand and recover from adversity. In workplaces, adversity can come in the form of such things as conflict, bullying, high demands, low control, work-life balance challenges, or violence. Building resilience increases the ability to anticipate challenges, problem-solve, and both give and receive support to other team members. This can make a positive difference to both employee well-being and team effectiveness. The resources found here were developed by experts to be both practical and easy to use in a wide variety of workplaces.
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