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SBODN - Resilience at Work by Karlin Sloan Feb 3 2014

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Karlin Sloan's presentation on the research, assessment tool and application experiences on the topic of resiliency at work

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SBODN - Resilience at Work by Karlin Sloan Feb 3 2014

  1. 1. Karlin Sloan Resilience Measuring and Motivating Resilience in Leaders and Managers
  2. 2. Why Resilience? ❖ Find a partner - interview with one question:! ❖ Why is this topic compelling to you / your organization?
  3. 3. Why Resilience? ❖ Personal: My Story! ❖ Professional: developing leaders who succeed over the long haul, who don’t “burn out and fade away”
  4. 4. Background of the “RAW-Q” ❖ 2006 - Smarter, Faster, Better! ❖ 2008 - Draft Assessment! ❖ 2009 - Wharton Pilot! ❖ 2010 - The Resilience Project / Change Leader Challenge! ❖ 2011 - Lemonade: The Leaders Guide to Resilience at Work + the “official” RAW-Q! ❖ 2014 - Version 2.0 : Thanks for taking our beta version!
  5. 5. Research on Resilience ❖ There is a LOT of research on resilience! ❖ Longitudinal studies! ❖ Prisoners of war / survivors of trauma! ❖ Cancer survivors / survivors of illness or disability! ❖ 70,000+ corporate employees via The Resilience Alliance! ❖ KS&C’s research on successful executives and managers
  6. 6. Introduction to your profile Personal Resilience Profile Audience: Leaders/ Managers ! ! Current Uses: Change Initiatives, Leadership Development, Resilience Workshops, Executive Assessment and Coaching!
  7. 7. How to Read Your Report ❖ Total Resilience Score
  8. 8. How to Read Your Report ❖ Report #1: The Three Domains of Resilience! ❖ Summary of each Domain! ❖ Pattern Statements by Domain
  9. 9. How to Read Your Report ❖ Report #2: The Stories We Tell! ❖ Positive Explanatory Style:! ❖ ❖ ❖ Positive Stories about Me! Positive Stories about Others! Negative Explanatory Style:! ❖ Negative Self-Talk! ❖ Derailers
  10. 10. How to Read Your Report ❖ Report #3: Physical Resilience
  11. 11. How to Read Your Report ❖ Personal Resilience Planning Worksheet
  12. 12. FAQs Aren’t we born resilient or not? Isn’t it impossible to develop these things, since they are innate?! Cutting edge research by positive psychologists into resilience suggests that most human beings have a baseline of about 50% of the attributes that make up the relationship to self, others, and environment as! a biological “set point.” 10% is dependent upon life circumstances, and 40% is under our intentional control. So we want to target that 40%!! ! What do the scores in this report really mean?! The overall resilience scale and the scores in Reports #2 and #3 are the most statistically relevant scores, which means that when compared to our normative sample of successful executives and managers in Fortune 500 organizations, you can reliably gauge how your level of resilience and your explanatory style compares to other people who’ve taken this assessment. All of the reports are designed for reflection and insights. While the relationship domains are important, our research shows that the real keys to resilience are our stories and our actions, which are featured in reports #2 and 3 Explanatory Style and Physical Resilience.! ! How large is your database of scores?! We have a statistically relevant pool of 1100+ consultants, leaders, and managers who have taken the assessment and are in our official database. Your input will help us make our database larger and will help us gain more insight into resilience.! ! How come all my scores are so similar?! When your scores are very close together, it may mean that you had a hard time being particularly discerning about your strengths and challenge areas.
  13. 13. Working Session: 15 minutes total Partner Exercise Explore your results together, what stories do you have to explain your results?
  14. 14. Prompting Questions ❖ Where are your highs and lows?! ❖ What stories do you have to explain those scores? Is your current work situation influencing your results?! ❖ What do you want to change about the stories you tell about you and your world?! ❖ What strengths can expand upon and use during times of change or challenge?! ❖ Do you have a daily practice that sustains you? What practices (physical or mental) can you use to increase your resilience?
  15. 15. Your Input Requested! ❖ What works well? ! ❖ Any glitches (programming, typos, formatting, etc.)?! ❖ Is any language unclear? ! ❖ What information is most useful for leader development?! ❖ Profile Title: “Personal Resilience Profile” or “Leadership Resilience Profile”?! ❖ Afterthoughts? Please email resilience@karlinsloan.com.
  16. 16. www.karlinsloan.com

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