Developing Personal Resilience
C.A.R.E. For Educators
Cultivating Active Resilience in/thro’ Education
As schools become busier and more challenging places in which to work, resilience building is more important than
ever to ensuring the long-term wellbeing of teachers and leaders.
Resilience is the individual capacity to confront challenges in a way that enables us to cope and emerge without long-lasting, detrimental outcomes. It is also about becoming a stronger person as a result of having withstood and overcome challenging
This Talk offers opportunities to assess your own resilience levels and will address:
A. Influences on ‘attitude’ formation when one is evaluating challenges:
·Capacity to be resilient
B. Coaching teachers in approaches to strengthening Resilience through 3 elements of control, using Mowbray’s ‘Resilience Development Framework’:
1. Control over oneself
2. Control over responses to events
3. Control over responses to other people
Date: 14th April 2016
Time: 7.00pm – 9.00pm
Venue: Carrick-on-Shannon Education Centre
Tutor: Teresa-Hand Campbell, M.Sc.
Teresa blends her 33 years of experience in education (27yrs in Principal ship), and her success and expertise as an Occupational Psychologist, a Business, Executive & Personal Coach and Registered Occupational Test User 1 & 2
(Ability & Personality) (BPS) to empower, affirm and motivate you as a ‘professional’ educator.