What superkids taught us about resilience by Eleanor Shakiba

We often talk about resilience as if it is a solo activity. In fact, there is compelling evidence that supportive relationships are more important than self-agency in fostering resilience. In this video on resilience at work, Eleanor Shakiba discusses what we can learn from studies of childhood resilience. Then she suggests ways to boost resilience by developing positive workplace culture. View What ‘Super Kids’ Taught Us About Resilience now.


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About the author: Eleanor Shakiba

Eleanor is a specialist in positive psychology. Her passion is teaching talented people to use social and emotional intelligence to excel in business. These skills centre around building positive mindsets, proactive communication habits and purposeful leadership behaviours. Eleanor’s qualifications include degrees and diplomas in Social Anthropology, Positive Psychology, Counselling, Coaching, Adult Education and Neuro Linguistic Programming. She is also the author of the Positive Psychology Toolkit for HR and L&D Practitioners. This is a free resource for trainers and facilitators.