Resilient individuals aren’t the ones who never fail; they’re the ones who use failure as fuel to thrive. Given the rapid pace of change and disruption in the modern world, we expect that organizations and employees will experience more challenges over time than ever before. Organizations that wish to turn challenges into sources of strength will need to focus on developing resilience.
It’s not enough to acknowledge the need for resilience –organizations and employees need a roadmap. To help build that map, AchieveForum carried out a survey of over 370 employees on resilient behaviors, employee engagement, and characteristics of team health. We looked at which behaviors respondents are exhibiting in the workplace, as well as areas that need improvement.
We learned that companies can improve their results by moving beyond traditional practices and fostering resilient organizations. In particular, we recommend three shifts for organizations to become more resilient:
- Adopt a team-centric approach
- Dynamically establish clarity
- Leverage stress to address the root causes of organizational challenges
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