Other TitlesFacing the COVID-19 Threat
We're Bigger Than The COVID-19 Crisis
How to be Resilient
Resiliency Tool: What's Your Why
Resiliency Tool: Who's in Your Pack
Resiliency Tool: Keep Your Power
What's Your Resiliency Plan
Contain the Crisis
AbstractSeries of eight - 3 minute videos that address how to build resilience with your employees in the workplace during the COVID-19 pandemic.
SponsorsPine Rest Employee Assistance Program
KeywordCoronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Employee assistance programs
Identifier to cite or link to this itemhttp://hdl.handle.net/10713/12579
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Rising Through Resilience: Jeff Gorter of R3 Continuum On The Five Things You Can Do To Become More ResilientClemente, Savio; Gorter, Jeff (Authority Magazine, 2021-11-22)Start with the basics. In times of stress, begin with making sure you are eating healthy food, staying hydrated, maintaining a regular sleep schedule, and exercising moderately to keep your body balanced. This may sound obvious, but there is a common misconception that the bigger the challenge, the bigger the solution needs to be. Simple self-care — while it may seem inadequate — is an essential first step. Otherwise, we’re exhausted and have impaired ability to respond to whatever comes next. Resilience has been described as the ability to withstand adversity and bounce back from difficult life events. Conditions are not easy right now. How do we develop greater resilience to withstand the challenges that keep being thrown at us? In this interview series, we are talking to mental health experts, authors, resilience experts, coaches and business leaders who can talk about how we can develop stronger resilience to improve our lives. As a part of this series, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jeff Gorter, MSW, LCSW.