How to Build Resilience and Change your Mindset
Posted Wednesday, 27th May 2020 by Grant Hood
In these times more than ever, resilience is an increasingly important skillset to have.
Do you find yourself wanting to give up before you’ve even started? Do you catastrophise when signs appear that things aren’t going to plan or find it hard to bounce back when they really do go wrong? If so this talk is for you.
This session will explore:
- what is meant by resilience
- is it possible to increase our natural level of resilience?
- hints and tips for creating a more positive mindset
- tools to help get back to that mindset when things go wrong
About the speaker: Katy Davies in Knowledge and Information Manager at Howard Kennedy LLP.
Before joining Howard Kennedy Katy was eServices Librarian at Ministry of Justice and then Enquiry Services Manager at ICAEW. Katy is also Chair of the BIALL Publications Committee and involved in the organisation of the KM Special Interest Group for BIALL.
Katy is a Mental Health First Aider and is a fundraising support volunteer for Samaritans outside of work.
Date: Wednesday 3rd June 2020
Time: Meeting from 6.00 pm.
Venue: Online! Meeting invites will be sent to registered attendees
Cost: member free / non-member £18 (non-member’s ticket price includes one year’s CLIG membership – currently £18)
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