eBook: How to be Resilient in a Culture of Constant Change

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Resilience is being able to recognize your own emotions and behaviours when under stress and be able to manage them accordingly. It means embracing the fact that constant change is the norm and accepting the reality it brings.  This ebook by well known organizational change author and coach Karen Ferris describes what resilience is, the benefits and provides five tactics for you to build your own resilience capability.

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