This is the third blogpost out of three in my series on RESILIENCE.
See the first post “Resilience — Adapting well in the Face of Hardship” here,
and the second post “Hands-on Steps to Strengthen your own Resilience” here
After having focused in my first and second blogpost on the individual, personal resilience, I want to put the spotlight in the last post of this series on the importance of resilience for organizations.
Which role can resilience play in organizations?
How can we analyze, and in a second step, improve the resilience performance of more complex systems?
May it be…
This is the second blogpost out of three in my series on RESILIENCE.
See the first post “Resilience — Adapting well in the Face of Hardship” here
So, how can you actively train and strengthen your own resilience?
As stated in the first post of this series,(psychological) resilience is a holistic concept, involving our individual actions, emotions and thoughts.
I want to provide you with some simple, easy-to-integrate-in-your-daily-life steps. The method involves two steps (the Awareness- and the Action- or Energy-Step) and four dimensions:
Meaning — Body — Emotions — Thoughts
1) First Step — Awareness
Allow bringing yourself to…
This is the first blogpost out of three in my series on RESILIENCE
What does resilience, a concept that seems to be on everybody’s lips nowadays, actually mean?
I’d like to start with a short personal story.
I became very aware myself of the importance of resilience in 2015.
I had graduated my social science masters, just returned from a wonderful long travel through South America I had saved for all my study time, being ready to start the “real work life”. I certainly had already made some work experience, having worked all the years besides my studies, often in…
How can Coaching be useful, and for whom?
Let me share some thoughts on these questions with you.
In short, I would say Coaching involves in its core definition a holistic approach for self-development. Especially Systemic Coaching is taking into consideration, as the name suggests, the whole surrounding of a person, concerning a very specific question or challenge.
We are asking: which roles are
a) my personal mindset, belief and value system,
b) the for this issue relevant people, and
c) my context
playing in this specific challenge I am facing?
Sometimes we might make a big personal change mentally…
As already stated in Part II of my Intro to CSR-Series, there is unfortunately no “global standard” on norms and width of CSR activities and Reporting Regulations for companies and organizations. …
This is the second post out of three in my series on “What is CSR and why is it important?”
See the first post: “What is CSR?”.
The undertitle to this post reads as follows:
“ How a holistic CSR approach can improve businesses on various levels”
Sceptical about this? Let me convince you!
As one might assume, with climate change and an evolution in the public understanding of the responsibilities of companies, it should be already quite legally binding for corporations nowadays to fulfill certain CSR standards. Unfortunately, in accordance with the lack of a global CSR-definition, there are…
This is the first post out of three in my series on “What is CSR and why is it important?”
You can read it everywhere — we are as humans living above our resources. The Earth Overshoot Day calculates every year when humanity has exhausted nature’s resources for the year. The rest of the year, we are using resources that are not in the same scale being reproduced, thus accelerating our ecological deficit and accumulating carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. 2020, even with the forced global slow down thanks to Covid19, we reached this day on August 22th.