Better resilience – less stress!
During this training, the participants will study and develop their resilience. The benefits of developing resilience include maintaining your abilities under pressure; performing fewer unproductive and more productive actions; recovering faster, and having less stress.
The ability to act in unexpected situations where things change significantly is not an inborn quality but a learned skill that can be developed. A resilient person works smoothly and efficiently in stressful situations. A resilient person maintains their ability to perform even in challenging and changing conditions and will recover fast without significant weakening.
Good resilience is based on seven elements. We will look at these closer during this training. You will find your strengths and weaknesses that you will develop according to a personalized plan. The coach Ville Ojanen, a psychologist Ph.D., wrote his thesis on brain studies.