How Do You Build Resilience in Your Team in Changing Times?

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How Do You Build Resilience in Your Team in Changing Times?

Are you a leader who is embarking on major change in your business?

Would you like to know how to build resilience in your team?

Over the last month in a series of posts on LinkedIn, Tracy has been sharing 7 tips on ‘How to build resilience in your team.’

Many people say they struggle with the HOW.

You don’t just wake up one morning, flick a switch and boom – you are resilient!

So, here is an insight to some of the tips. Also please watch Tracy’s short video to hear more.

TIP No 2 – STOP and RELECT

When things are tough in changing times, or when things don’t go to plan, one of the best things you can do is STOP. Stop and evaluate where you are at.

For me, the best tool to use is the Action Learning Cycle (ALC). It’s is all about ‘learning from doing’.

I use it daily myself and each fortnight with my team.

There are four steps that we work through as a team. #ACT (review the projects we are working on) #REFLECT (What’s going well and not well) #LEARN (Why are we winning or why do we have the issues we do?) and #PLAN (What do we now?).

The key is to ACT on those PLANS and go around the cycle again!

The benefits for our team are huge!

We listen to each other, we hear new thoughts from each other, we put our heads together to build on each other’s thinking and we are all engaged in the solution.

And the link to resilience?

It helps with team unity, builds our confidence and gives us hope to keep going. We know what we need to do to move forward together.

How often do you and your team stop and evaluate where you are at?