Build resilience and decrease burnout by strategically creating...

capacity.

capacity to do the work.

clarity.

clarity in how the work is done.

connections.

connections to those you work beside.

confidence.

confidence that your work matters.

"Sandy speaks to the soul. Was so necessary when we were feeling exhausted and in some areas discouraged. The strategies invited us to practice and process how we can build resiliency into our daily work, leadership and our team relationships." human resource professional

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[resilience]
a skill that can be developed to offer strength and stability when recovering from difficulties and leverage when facing new challenges.
— Sandy Anderson, MS

Skip the one and done training strategies. They don't transform people, they exhaust them. Designing and developing a resilient culture is not a campaign or program. It's strategic practice activated by people, one conversation at a time.

During your no-cost, no-commitment discovery conversation we EXPLORE: identify the current experience[s]. ENVISION: identify impact and desired outcome[s]. ENGAGE: identify services and resources that are relevant to creating sustainable growth and desired change.

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Imagine if teams, boards, individual leaders were less burned-out and more engaged.

Professional development and growth that is rooted in resilience strengthens teams, boards and individual leaders when facing disruptions and uncertainty. Two things organizations will inevitably experience.

The difference organizations report that invest in resilience is this: they actually build capacity, clarity and connection in the midst of the challenges.

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Resilient people are: 60% less likely to experience burnout. 31% more engaged. 88% better at stress management. @2023 New Life Solutions, Inc

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