Building resilience during change

Restructures and downsizing are common occurrences during industry and economic downturns. Such changes can be a source of stress for people, and one that needs to be proactively managed. Effective change management practices are always critical during such times. Organisations can also provide education to help personnel manage stress and build their resilience. Such skills can be helpful for people staying at the organisation as well as those who may be leaving.

The Keil Centre has helped many companies develop and deliver stress management and resilience programmes during times of change. Our workshops are grounded in research and use practical tools, techniques and tips that people can apply in and out of the workplace.  

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Typical topics covered include:

  • Understanding reactions to change;
  • Coping strategies for managing stress;
  • Building resilient thinking habits;
  • Managing your career;
  • Helping others through change.


For more information about stress management and resilience programmes, please contact Chiara Amati in the UK (chiara@keilcentre.co.uk) or Nicole Gray in Australia (nicole@keilcentre.com.au).  You can also find out more about our range of wellbeing offerings.

Some of our clients include:

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