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Some stress is good for us. It is also normal for our stress levels to rise as we cope with situations that are meaningful to us, especially when we experience periods of uncertainty, setbacks, or long periods of pressure. The concept of resilience is to keep our stress at a level that allows for optimal performance.

Employers and graduate programs are looking for people who have been trained in resilience and have the skills to bounce back or bounce forward after difficult times. More than 90% of human resource directors believe employees’ ability to cope with change and uncertainty will determine their likelihood of being hired in the next five year’s.

http://www.hrmagazine.co.uk/article-details/resilience-to-become-key-attribute-of-future-employees

So join us for this fun, thought-provoking opportunity to learn the skills of Top CEO's and gold medal athletes.

Now when you are asked in an interview "anything else?" you can respond "yes, I have been trained in resilience".

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