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About the Course

Globalisation and advances in information and communication technology have resulted in a 24/7 work environment characterised by rapid change, a greater sense of competition, and an explosion in access to communication and information. These pressures compound stress related to workload and information processing – this not only reduces performance but can lead to a reduced sense of meaning and purpose as well as physical and mental health issues. Understanding stress and how to boost your resilience to it are essential skills for contemporary leaders and play a vital role in managing the demands you face at work. This course will focus on the nature of stressors facing leaders in today’s work environments and how to deal with them. You’ll explore personal resilience – your capacity to withstand and cope with stress – and strategies for self-management, motivation and organisation. You’ll also learn how resilience is impacted by health and social relationships....

Top reviews

Jun 20, 2020

I really enjoy this learning. It gives me a lot of new insight to deal with day to day stressors. I find this course as a good tool for self contemplation and for sure it has grown our resilience.

Sep 4, 2020

Build Personal Resilience - I have learnt about the type of stresses and how to face all stresses in our day to day life. This course really helpfull to build my resiliene level. Thanks to TMTC .

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By Chowdhury M E U

Sep 2, 2020

Nice one !

By Lynn H

Aug 19, 2020

Great co

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By Krishnakant P B

Jul 6, 2021

Positives: 1. The additional reading material was insightful and conveyed the learnings of the course well; Negatives: 1. The course delivery felt ineffective (especially in comparison to many YouTube videos on similar subjects); 2. The course assessments (quizzes) do not seem to be a relevant way of assessing what a learner has grasped.


Jul 28, 2020

not intresting