Presentation on theme: "Building Resiliency Facilitated by Lee Riddell, Director, SUNY Leadership Institute WELCOME!"— Presentation transcript:
Building Resiliency Facilitated by Lee Riddell, Director, SUNY Leadership Institute WELCOME!
What is Resiliency? Provides the ability to recover quickly from change, hardship, or misfortune Demonstrate flexibility, durability, an attitude of optimism, and openness to learn
Developing Resiliency Requires that you pay attention to: The complexities of your experiences Listen to your emotions Be willing to learn from disappointment as well as success
How to Thrive in Times of Change “Knowing others is intelligence; knowing yourself is true wisdom. Mastering others is strength; mastering yourself is true power.” Lao Tzu philosopher of ancient China, Tao Te Ching author
Tiny Stories of Ordinary Resistance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujvCEDwfTX0
What is My Degree of Resiliency? You have 5 minutes Complete the resiliency worksheet Reflect on your tiny story How does this new knowledge enlighten your story? Journal about this
Share Your Tiny Stories You have 5 minutes Share with one other person How do you deal with change using the questions on the resiliency worksheet as a guide? Use an example
Experiment, Reflect, Learn, Adjust, and Share View the 20 images alone and in quiet surroundings Think about your tiny story Record any responses to specific images – whether they draw you in or repel you
Group Discussion What are our Responses to Change? You have 20 minutes As a group, discuss the images Feel free to describe both what drew you in and what drew you away from the images Identify key reflections, ideas, understandings or insights of the group As a group, identify the image that conveys an aspect of building resilience to change On flipchart, note image and insights
Exploring Greatness Together Co-creating more profound solutions As a group, staying with the colleagues at your table, walk around and explore other tables’ insights on their flipcharts. Add your comments and ideas to their charts.
Thoughts and Actions Acceptance of Change Continuous Learning Self Empowerment Sense of Purpose Personal Identity Personal and Professional Networks Reflection Skill Shifting Self Worth – Relationship to Money