Defining ResilienceAn Ability (individual or collective) to:                                            Seligman Martin,• ...
A Solution for our times                           PRACTICAL                     INTEGRALEVIDENCE-BASED                   ...
© The Resilience Institute 2012
Bounce BackDelete, delegate &Focus on key priorityRecognise, stretch,Coffee, protein, sunTalk to someone,connect, shop, hu...
Nail down your Non-negotiablesMorning practice              Daytime practice              Evening Practice7 to 8 hours unb...
Wisdom (self completion)           Empathy    Influence            Insight   Mastery                                  © Th...
Resilient in Body, Heart & Mind Presence            Resonance          Meaning             Purpose                        ...
Balanced Leadership           POWER          COMPASSION           Will to Lead   Conflict Resolution            Tenacity  ...
Resilience for Schools• What would a Resilient School look like?• Can teachers be accredited resilience coaches?• How do w...
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Sven Hansen - ELF12 resilience - Presented at Education Leaders Forum 2012

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Dr Sven Hansen, founder of The Resilience Institute covers practical and evidence based solutions to health, happiness, performance and meaning and will educate, motivate and entertain.

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Sven Hansen - ELF12 resilience - Presented at Education Leaders Forum 2012

  1. 1. Defining ResilienceAn Ability (individual or collective) to: Seligman Martin,• Bounce back from adversity Flourish, 2011 − Toughness and recovery skills Reich, Zautra, Hall, Handbook of Adult Resilience, 2010• Thrive on challenges Basoglu, Metin, Salcloglu Mass Trauma, 2010 − Engagement, optimism Fredrickson, Barbara Positivity, 2009• Reach full potential Dan Siegel − Exercise talents in a meaningful way Mindsight, 2010 Davidson, R, Begley S,• Positive impact on others Emotional Styles of your Brain, 2012 − Empathy and compassion Baumeister, W, Tierney, J Willpower, 2011 © The Resilience Institute 2012
  2. 2. A Solution for our times PRACTICAL INTEGRALEVIDENCE-BASED © The Resilience Institute 2012
  3. 3. © The Resilience Institute 2012
  4. 4. Bounce BackDelete, delegate &Focus on key priorityRecognise, stretch,Coffee, protein, sunTalk to someone,connect, shop, huntSleep, long weekend,Wellness initiativeGet help, mindfulness,CounsellingGet help, CBT,Medication, Lifestyle.. © The Resilience Institute 2012
  5. 5. Nail down your Non-negotiablesMorning practice Daytime practice Evening Practice7 to 8 hours unbroken sleep 30 minutes daily, include Smart switch from work to& be asleep by 10.30pm high intensity exercise family/private lifeWake up at the same time Lunch of fish (tuna) turkey Create some play time andeach day even weekends. or chicken with leafy plan an early dinner greens, beans and tomatoStretch, core stability & Sneak in a 10 minute Mixed veggies, pastas, stirbalance powernap – do this in car fried rice. Go easy on or chair protein and sugarMindfulness practice A midafternoon snack - Avoid TV, engage in familyFocus, open monitoring or sandwich, nuts or fruit dialogue, intimacy orcompassion readingBreakfast including oats, Periodic rejuvenation with Always relax your bodyfibre, milk, eggs, nuts and stretch, biofeedback and fully, gratitude exercisesome fruit micro-breaks © The Resilience Institute 2012
  6. 6. Wisdom (self completion) Empathy Influence Insight Mastery © The Resilience Institute 2012
  7. 7. Resilient in Body, Heart & Mind Presence Resonance Meaning Purpose Resilience Body Heart Mind Action In ActionToughness Empathy Influence ContributionEnergy management Positive emotion Reframing CourageSelf care Self awareness Attention control Full engagement © The Resilience Institute 2012
  8. 8. Balanced Leadership POWER COMPASSION Will to Lead Conflict Resolution Tenacity Targeted Helping Exploration Consolation Survival Contagion © The Resilience Institute 2012
  9. 9. Resilience for Schools• What would a Resilient School look like?• Can teachers be accredited resilience coaches?• How do we introduce Resilience skills to students?• Early evidence suggests a powerful impact: − Improved physical wellbeing − Enhanced ability to deal with distress and conflict − Better social and teaming skills − Reduced depression and impulsivity − Greater happiness and satisfaction, AND − Improved academic achievement (up to 18%) www.resiliencei.com Contact: Dr Sven Hansen sven.hansen@resiliencei.co.nz Tel: 021 730 995 © The Resilience Institute 2012

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