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Bounce
How to harness your resilience in a changing world
with Lauren L’ecaros & Portia Tung
If you were a superhero,
who would you be and why?
The Power Pose from Amy Cuddy
About Us
Social Scientist
Super Mum
Citizen of the World
Storyteller
Super Mum
Enterprise Gardener
Lauren
L’ecaros Portia ...
Become More Resilient
As a person full of dreams and aspirations
I need to become more resilient
So that I can thrive in a...
Resilience is…
Definition of Resilience
In engineering… relates to how a structure displays resistance to stress and
bounces back towards...
What resilience looks like (Martin, 2012)
Resistance: Degree of sensitivity or depth of reaction
Recovery: Speed and degre...
Adaptation and adaptability (Pike et al. 2010)
Adaptation – A movement towards a pre-conceived path in the short run, char...
Personal Resilience Mapping
1. Come up with 3 examples of resilience in your life
2. Share your answers
“Fold the worst events of your life into a narrative of triumph”
Andrew Solomon
Personal Resilience History
1. Sort and label your examples by type
2. Arrange your examples in a timeline
3. What do you ...
“Our greatest glory is not in never falling,
but in rising every time we fall”
Confucius
• Superhero Buddies
(everyday, relationship, social)
• Self-congratulation
(everyday, academic)
• Hit rock bottom quickly
...
The HOPE Model by Lauren and Portia
Help – Ask for it and give it
Openness – Share yourself
Perseverance – Try and try aga...
Going for HOPE
1. What’s your current challenge?
1. Identify at least one personal action for each letter of H.O.P.E.
2. S...
Play!
(everyday, relationship, academic, social, economic, cultural)
One More Personal Tip
“Five minutes of play a day kee...
Session Summary
Personal Resilience Mapping Personal Resilience History Personal Tips
The HOPE Model Importance of Play!
Recommended Resources
Your Body Shapes Who You Are
Amy Cuddy @ www.ted.com
Become More Resilient
As a person full of dreams and aspirations
I need to become more resilient
So that I can thrive in a...
Thank You!
lauren.lecaros@gmail.com portia@portiatung.org
www.selfishprogramming.org
www.enterprisegardening.org
www.agile...
Session Schedule
00.00 - 00.10 Introduction & Ice breaker
00.10 – 00.13 What Resilience Means to You
00.13 -00.18 Resilien...
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Bounce: How to harness your resilience in a changing world

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Are you feeling stressed? Do you feel uncertain about the future? Everyday we find ourselves facing different challenges, accomplishing various tasks and constantly adapting.

As mankind has evolved, we've become more conscious and informed of who we are and how our minds work. Resilience, previously considered a personality trait, is now a vital modern-life skill which can be developed to help us better deal with everyday challenges as well as great adversity.

Join us to better understand how resilient you are and figure out how to become more resilient to overcome your next big challenge.

OBJECTIVES
- Understand what resilience is
- Strengthen your resilience by becoming conscious of how resilient you are
- Come up with ideas to become more resilient

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Bounce: How to harness your resilience in a changing world

  1. 1. Bounce How to harness your resilience in a changing world with Lauren L’ecaros & Portia Tung
  2. 2. If you were a superhero, who would you be and why?
  3. 3. The Power Pose from Amy Cuddy
  4. 4. About Us Social Scientist Super Mum Citizen of the World Storyteller Super Mum Enterprise Gardener Lauren L’ecaros Portia Tung
  5. 5. Become More Resilient As a person full of dreams and aspirations I need to become more resilient So that I can thrive in a changing world. Acceptance Criteria [ ] I understand what resilience is [ ] I’m more aware of how resilient I am and have been [ ] I’ve got at least 3 ideas to improve my resilience [ ] I’ve had fun!
  6. 6. Resilience is…
  7. 7. Definition of Resilience In engineering… relates to how a structure displays resistance to stress and bounces back towards re-equilibrium In ecology… refers to how eco-systems adapt to external or internal shocks In psychology… involves an adaptive interpretation of impact-minimizing anticipatory, or reactionary, practices Places People Environments Regions
  8. 8. What resilience looks like (Martin, 2012) Resistance: Degree of sensitivity or depth of reaction Recovery: Speed and degree Re-orientation: Re-alignment and adaptation Renewal: Towards a growth trajectory The 4 Rs
  9. 9. Adaptation and adaptability (Pike et al. 2010) Adaptation – A movement towards a pre-conceived path in the short run, characterised by strong and tight couplings between social agents in place. Adaptability – A dynamic capacity to effect and unfold multiple evolutionary trajectories, through loose and weak couplings between social agents in place, that enhance the overall responsiveness of the system to unforeseen changes Resiliency Process
  10. 10. Personal Resilience Mapping 1. Come up with 3 examples of resilience in your life 2. Share your answers
  11. 11. “Fold the worst events of your life into a narrative of triumph” Andrew Solomon
  12. 12. Personal Resilience History 1. Sort and label your examples by type 2. Arrange your examples in a timeline 3. What do you notice about your examples? 1. Share your findings Types of Resilience Everyday Relationship Academic Social Economic Cultural Other
  13. 13. “Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall” Confucius
  14. 14. • Superhero Buddies (everyday, relationship, social) • Self-congratulation (everyday, academic) • Hit rock bottom quickly (everyday) • Self-assessment (everyday, relationship, academic) • Physical exercise (everyday, social) Personal Tips
  15. 15. The HOPE Model by Lauren and Portia Help – Ask for it and give it Openness – Share yourself Perseverance – Try and try again differently Ease – Flow like water
  16. 16. Going for HOPE 1. What’s your current challenge? 1. Identify at least one personal action for each letter of H.O.P.E. 2. Share your output
  17. 17. Play! (everyday, relationship, academic, social, economic, cultural) One More Personal Tip “Five minutes of play a day keeps the doctor and priest away!” Portia Tung
  18. 18. Session Summary Personal Resilience Mapping Personal Resilience History Personal Tips The HOPE Model Importance of Play!
  19. 19. Recommended Resources Your Body Shapes Who You Are Amy Cuddy @ www.ted.com
  20. 20. Become More Resilient As a person full of dreams and aspirations I need to become more resilient So that I can thrive in a changing world. Acceptance Criteria [ ] I understand what resilience is [ ] I’m more aware of how resilient I am and have been [ ] I’ve got at least 3 ideas to improve my resilience [ ] I’ve had fun!
  21. 21. Thank You! lauren.lecaros@gmail.com portia@portiatung.org www.selfishprogramming.org www.enterprisegardening.org www.agileadventures.org Lauren L’ecaros Portia Tung
  22. 22. Session Schedule 00.00 - 00.10 Introduction & Ice breaker 00.10 – 00.13 What Resilience Means to You 00.13 -00.18 Resilience Theory 00.18 – 00.23 Exercise 1: Personal Resilience Mapping 00.23 - 00.33 Exercise 1: Triad debrief (identify common themes) 00.33 - 00.38 Exercise 2: Personal Resilience History 00.38 - 00.48 Exercise 2: Triad debrief 00.48 - 00.53 Exercise 2: Group debrief 00.53 - 00.60 Personal Tips 00.60 - 00.65 Introduction to the H.O.P.E model 00.65 -00.70 Exercise 3: Identify personal actions 00.70 - 00.75 Session summary and closing

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