1-day Building Personal Resilience workshop

We’re running our popular Building Personal Resilience course on the 21st Apr 2017 (09:30 – 16:45) at the University of Westminster. What’s it about?

In this highly interactive session you’ll learn practical skills for managing high pressure, rapid change and adversity; so you can thrive, even when the going gets tough.

All participants receive a FREE Resilience Quotient Reportplus a detailed workbook with practical exercises and access to downloadable resources from our website.

Download the course summary here: Building Personal Resilience

Book your place

  • This course is at a special discounted rate of £100 (+ VAT) per person instead of £200 (+ VAT) (including light refreshments)
  • All delegates receive a FREE personal profile and a detailed workbook with comprehensive background info and practical exercises

The courses will be held at the University of Westminster, near Goodge Street, London.

NOTE: We run a limited number of public courses at this discounted rate and they usually fill quite quickly, so please book early to avoid disappointment.

What do participants say?

“The best personal development course I’ve ever been on.” University of London

“Really motivating and enjoyable course. Best course with the BMJ in 8 years! Lots of further reading to do and things to plan and look forward to.” British Medical Journal (BMJ)

“Excellent facilitator. Professional, great knowledge, great sense of humour and able to connect on a number of levels and certainly made everyone feel completely comfortable and at ease. One of the best courses I have attended.” Thames Valley Housing

“Just truly brilliant – great food for thought and heart-warming, like chicken soup for the soul.” Hemma Patel, Crown Prosecution Service (CPS)

The course was excellent … The instructor clearly had a passion for the subject which was infectious.” UK Border Agency

“I particularly enjoyed learning new tools to cope with stress. It was also great to learn about the ways in which we can be pessimistic and how putting a different ‘frame’ on things can change your outlook and therefore the result! I already feel a lot more positive and optimistic about various things that were worrying me before.” BMJ

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