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Resilience is the ability to:
• Bounce back
• Take on difficult challenges and still find meaning in life
• Respond positively to difficult situations
• Rise above adversity
• Cope when things look bleak
• Tap into hope
• Transform unfavorable situations into wisdom, insight, and
compassion
• Endure
• Resilience is that quality that allows some people
to be knocked down by life and come back
stronger than ever. Rather than letting failure
overcome them and drain their resolve, they find a
way to rise from the ashes.
• Resilience is best understood as a process. It is
often mistakenly assumed to be a trait of the
individual, an idea more typically referred to as
"resiliency.”
• Most research now shows that resilience is the result
of individuals being able to interact with their
environments and the processes that either promote
well-being or protect them against the
overwhelming influence of risk factors.
• These processes can be individual coping strategies,
or may be helped along by good families, schools,
communities, and social policies that make resilience
more likely to occur.
• Important defense people have against stress.
• Involves behaviors, thoughts, and actions that can be
learned and developed in anyone.
• It is tremendously influenced by a person's
environment.
American Psychological Association suggests "10 Ways to
Build Resilience
1. maintaining good relationships with close family members, friends and
others;
2. to avoid seeing crises or stressful events as unbearable problems;
3. to accept circumstances that cannot be changed;
4. to develop realistic goals and move towards them;
5. to take decisive actions in adverse situations;
6. to look for opportunities of self-discovery after a struggle with loss;
7. developing self-confidence;
8. to keep a long-term perspective and consider the stressful event in a
broader context;
9. to maintain a hopeful outlook, expecting good things
and visualizing what is wished;
10. to take care of one's mind and body, exercising regularly, paying
attention to one's own needs and feelings.
Factors that makes someone resilient
• Positive attitude
• Optimism
• Ability to regulate emotions
• Ability to see failure as a form of helpful
feedback.
Factors related to resilience
• Primary factor is to have relationships that
provide care and support, create love and trust,
and offer encouragement, both within and
outside the family.
• Additional factors like - the capacity to make
realistic plans, having self-confidence and a
positive self image, developing communications
skills, and the capacity to manage strong feelings
and impulses.
A number of other factors that promote resilience :
• The ability to cope with stress effectively and in a healthy
manner
• Having good problem-solving skills
• Seeking help
• Holding the belief that there is something one can do to
manage your feelings and cope
• Having social support
• Being connected with others, such as family or friends
• Self-disclosure of the trauma to loved ones
• Spirituality
• Having an identity as a survivor as opposed to a victim
• Helping others
Individual or Personal Resilience
• Individual resilience is a person's ability to positively cope after failures,
setbacks, and losses.
• Developing resilience is a personal journey. Individuals do not react the
same way to traumatic or stressful life events. An approach to building
resilience that works for one person might not work for another.
• People use varying strategies to build their resilience. Because resilience
can be learned, it can be strengthened.
• Personal resilience is related to many factors including individual health
and wellbeing, individual aspects, life history and experience, and social
support.
Family Resilience
• Family resilience is the coping process in the family as a
functional unit.
• Crisis events and persistent stressors affect the whole
family, posing risks not only for individual dysfunction,
but also for relational conflict and family breakdown.
Following are the three key factors in family
resilience (Wilson & Ferch, 2005)
1. By making meaning in adversity, creating a sense of
coherence, and providing a positive outlook.
2. By facilitating flexibility, capacity to adapt, connectedness
and cohesion, emotional and structural bonding, and
accessibility to resources.
3. Family communication enhances resilience by engaging
clear communication, open and emotional expressions, trust
and collaborative problem solving, and conflict
management.
Organizational Resilience
• Organizational resilience is the ability and capacity of a
workplace to withstand potential significant economic times,
systemic risk, or systemic disruptions by adapting, recovering,
or resisting being affected and resuming core operations or
continuing to provide an acceptable level of functioning and
structure.
• The challenge for the incorporation of resilience into a
workplace is to identify what enhances
the ability of an organization to rebound effectively.
Measuring workplace resilience involves identifying
and evaluating the following:
• Past and present mechanisms and practices that increase safety.
• Past and present mechanisms and practices that decrease error.
• Necessary redundancy in systems .
• Planning and programming that demonstrate collective mindfulness.
• Anticipation of potential trouble and solutions to potential problems.
Community Resilience
• It is a community that takes intentional action to enhance the
personal and collective capacity of its citizens and institutions to
respond to and influence the course of social and economic
change.
• For a community to be resilient, its members must put into practice
early and effective actions so that they can respond to change.
• When responding to stressful events, a resilient community will be
able to strengthen community bonds, resources, and the capacity to
cope.
Fostering community resilience
• Fostering community resilience will greatly depend on the community
itself and involves the community working as a whole.
Community resilience involves the following factors:
1. Connection and caring
2. Collective resources
3. Critical analysis of the community
4. Skill building for community members, Prevention, preparedness, and
response to stressful events
Culture Influence On Resilience
• Refers to a culture’s capacity to maintain and develop
cultural identity and critical cultural knowledge and
practices.
• An individual’s culture will have an impact on how the
person communicates feelings and copes with adversity.
• Cultural parameters are often embedded deep in an
individual.
• A person’s cultural background may influence one deeply in
how one responds to different stressors.
• Assimilation could be a factor in cultural resilience,
as it could be a positive way for a person to manage
his/her environment. However, assimilation could
create conflict between generations, so it could be
seen as positive or negative depending on the
individual and culture. Because of this, coping
strategies are going to be different.
Factors Promote Resilience
• People who are resilient are able to maintain high self-esteem
and self-efficacy in spite of the challenges they face.
• By fostering resilience, people are building psychological
defenses against stress.
• The more resources and defenses available during a time of
struggle, the better able to cope and bounce back from
adverse circumstances people will be.
• A person’s ability to regain a sense of normalcy or define a
new normalcy after adverse circumstances will be partially
based on the resources available to him/her.
• Resilience building can begin at any time.
Following is information regarding applicable
ways to implement resilience practices, as
well as situations that could inhibit resilience,
situations that enhance resilience, and people
who help facilitate the growth of resilience.
Demonstrating Inhibiting Enhancing Facilitators
resilience resilience resilience
j
Demonstrating Inhibiting Enhancing Facilitators
resilience resilience resilience
REFERENCES
• http://www.psychologytoday.com/basics/resili
ence
• http://www.psychologytoday.com/basics/resili
ence
• http://www.rihope.ri.gov/documents/pdf/Res
lience.pdf
• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resilience
Thank you
unnati shah

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Resilience

  • 1.
  • 2. Resilience is the ability to: • Bounce back • Take on difficult challenges and still find meaning in life • Respond positively to difficult situations • Rise above adversity • Cope when things look bleak • Tap into hope • Transform unfavorable situations into wisdom, insight, and compassion • Endure
  • 3. • Resilience is that quality that allows some people to be knocked down by life and come back stronger than ever. Rather than letting failure overcome them and drain their resolve, they find a way to rise from the ashes. • Resilience is best understood as a process. It is often mistakenly assumed to be a trait of the individual, an idea more typically referred to as "resiliency.”
  • 4. • Most research now shows that resilience is the result of individuals being able to interact with their environments and the processes that either promote well-being or protect them against the overwhelming influence of risk factors. • These processes can be individual coping strategies, or may be helped along by good families, schools, communities, and social policies that make resilience more likely to occur.
  • 5. • Important defense people have against stress. • Involves behaviors, thoughts, and actions that can be learned and developed in anyone. • It is tremendously influenced by a person's environment.
  • 6. American Psychological Association suggests "10 Ways to Build Resilience 1. maintaining good relationships with close family members, friends and others; 2. to avoid seeing crises or stressful events as unbearable problems; 3. to accept circumstances that cannot be changed; 4. to develop realistic goals and move towards them; 5. to take decisive actions in adverse situations; 6. to look for opportunities of self-discovery after a struggle with loss; 7. developing self-confidence; 8. to keep a long-term perspective and consider the stressful event in a broader context; 9. to maintain a hopeful outlook, expecting good things and visualizing what is wished; 10. to take care of one's mind and body, exercising regularly, paying attention to one's own needs and feelings.
  • 7. Factors that makes someone resilient • Positive attitude • Optimism • Ability to regulate emotions • Ability to see failure as a form of helpful feedback.
  • 8. Factors related to resilience • Primary factor is to have relationships that provide care and support, create love and trust, and offer encouragement, both within and outside the family. • Additional factors like - the capacity to make realistic plans, having self-confidence and a positive self image, developing communications skills, and the capacity to manage strong feelings and impulses.
  • 9. A number of other factors that promote resilience : • The ability to cope with stress effectively and in a healthy manner • Having good problem-solving skills • Seeking help • Holding the belief that there is something one can do to manage your feelings and cope • Having social support • Being connected with others, such as family or friends • Self-disclosure of the trauma to loved ones • Spirituality • Having an identity as a survivor as opposed to a victim • Helping others
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  • 11. Individual or Personal Resilience • Individual resilience is a person's ability to positively cope after failures, setbacks, and losses. • Developing resilience is a personal journey. Individuals do not react the same way to traumatic or stressful life events. An approach to building resilience that works for one person might not work for another. • People use varying strategies to build their resilience. Because resilience can be learned, it can be strengthened. • Personal resilience is related to many factors including individual health and wellbeing, individual aspects, life history and experience, and social support.
  • 12. Family Resilience • Family resilience is the coping process in the family as a functional unit. • Crisis events and persistent stressors affect the whole family, posing risks not only for individual dysfunction, but also for relational conflict and family breakdown.
  • 13. Following are the three key factors in family resilience (Wilson & Ferch, 2005) 1. By making meaning in adversity, creating a sense of coherence, and providing a positive outlook. 2. By facilitating flexibility, capacity to adapt, connectedness and cohesion, emotional and structural bonding, and accessibility to resources. 3. Family communication enhances resilience by engaging clear communication, open and emotional expressions, trust and collaborative problem solving, and conflict management.
  • 14. Organizational Resilience • Organizational resilience is the ability and capacity of a workplace to withstand potential significant economic times, systemic risk, or systemic disruptions by adapting, recovering, or resisting being affected and resuming core operations or continuing to provide an acceptable level of functioning and structure. • The challenge for the incorporation of resilience into a workplace is to identify what enhances the ability of an organization to rebound effectively.
  • 15. Measuring workplace resilience involves identifying and evaluating the following: • Past and present mechanisms and practices that increase safety. • Past and present mechanisms and practices that decrease error. • Necessary redundancy in systems . • Planning and programming that demonstrate collective mindfulness. • Anticipation of potential trouble and solutions to potential problems.
  • 16. Community Resilience • It is a community that takes intentional action to enhance the personal and collective capacity of its citizens and institutions to respond to and influence the course of social and economic change. • For a community to be resilient, its members must put into practice early and effective actions so that they can respond to change. • When responding to stressful events, a resilient community will be able to strengthen community bonds, resources, and the capacity to cope.
  • 17. Fostering community resilience • Fostering community resilience will greatly depend on the community itself and involves the community working as a whole. Community resilience involves the following factors: 1. Connection and caring 2. Collective resources 3. Critical analysis of the community 4. Skill building for community members, Prevention, preparedness, and response to stressful events
  • 18. Culture Influence On Resilience • Refers to a culture’s capacity to maintain and develop cultural identity and critical cultural knowledge and practices. • An individual’s culture will have an impact on how the person communicates feelings and copes with adversity. • Cultural parameters are often embedded deep in an individual. • A person’s cultural background may influence one deeply in how one responds to different stressors.
  • 19. • Assimilation could be a factor in cultural resilience, as it could be a positive way for a person to manage his/her environment. However, assimilation could create conflict between generations, so it could be seen as positive or negative depending on the individual and culture. Because of this, coping strategies are going to be different.
  • 20. Factors Promote Resilience • People who are resilient are able to maintain high self-esteem and self-efficacy in spite of the challenges they face. • By fostering resilience, people are building psychological defenses against stress. • The more resources and defenses available during a time of struggle, the better able to cope and bounce back from adverse circumstances people will be. • A person’s ability to regain a sense of normalcy or define a new normalcy after adverse circumstances will be partially based on the resources available to him/her.
  • 21. • Resilience building can begin at any time. Following is information regarding applicable ways to implement resilience practices, as well as situations that could inhibit resilience, situations that enhance resilience, and people who help facilitate the growth of resilience.
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  • 25. REFERENCES • http://www.psychologytoday.com/basics/resili ence • http://www.psychologytoday.com/basics/resili ence • http://www.rihope.ri.gov/documents/pdf/Res lience.pdf • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resilience