• Finding a job
  • Managing your career

Resilience

How to ride the wave of change

Virtual Virtual Event

If you’re like us, you have an idea where you want your career to be headed. You probably have your career goals written or typed out somewhere…those Big, Hairy, Audacious Goals (BHAG) that give you a tingly feeling on the inside.

But the interesting thing about life is sometimes, for better or for worse, things don’t always go according to plan.

Your application could be denied.
You could get passed over for a promotion.
You could make it to the final stage of an interview and still miss out on the job.
Your CV could have made it to a hundred inboxes, without a single call-back!

Carefully curated plans, all gone up in flames 🔥

Throughout your career, you’re going to have to flex your resilience muscles whenever curveballs are thrown your way. The quicker you flex them, the sooner you’ll be on your way to winning and knocking your ‘BHAG’ out of the park.

What you’ll learn in this webinar

  • What resilience is and why it is so important

  • How to develop a resilient mindset

  • The top 3 elements that are essential to a resilient mindset

  • How to build your resilience muscles and increase your ‘bounce back ability quotient

  • How to deal with the emotions that come from setbacks and switch from panic to purpose

Catherine (Wilberforce) Allen
Head of Keeping People Happy at Ella's Kitchen
Catherine is passionate about creating a fantastic and engaging place to work where people can achieve their potential. In 2012, she joined Ella’s Kitchen as Head of Keeping People Happy. Ella’s Kitchen is 25th on the Best Companies ‘Best 100 Small Companies’ category. Previously Catherine worked for The Children’s Society, Hallmark Cards and TOPSHOP with a strong focus on organisational development and employee engagement. She spent several post-baby years as a consultant before working on a project with Ella’s Kitchen and deciding to stay on permanently. Catherine has just completed an MSc in Applied Psychology.