One year on from the successful launch of Resilience First’s guide on Emotional Resilience – Preparing for and Recovering from Crisis, we are pleased to present a more focused wellbeing webinar aimed at the rail sector, in partnership with the Railway Industry Association.
The new report captures the emerging lessons for resilient leadership when dealing with a major crisis, the insights gained along the way, and the power of reflective learning to build leadership capability.
This report focuses on the role of leadership for resilience – leadership that promotes and enables complex systems (in this case corporations and large cities) to function and thrive in the face of a major crisis. Resilience is the ability to withstand, adapt to changing conditions, and recover positively from shocks and stresses. This applies […]
A new initiative by The Resilience Shift, in partnership with the Global Resilient Cities Network, is shining the light on resilient leadership, capturing the reflections of 12 globally diverse senior leaders faced with the challenges of the coronavirus crisis.
How should we respond to a disaster or crisis such as Covid-19, the Australian bushfires or the floods in Indonesia? Jo da Silva, Resilience Shift Board member, reflects on what we mean by disaster and crisis, and how our understanding of the type of event should inform our response.
Lessons from Cape Town’s water crisis were shared at Scotland Climate Week with a plethora of interesting discussion points identified as relevant to the context of Scottish water governance
John Heltzel wants you – and your organisation – to join EARTH EX 2019 to test your resilience to a ‘black sky’ event. His experiences leading emergency response motivated him to help others become more prepared.
As part of London Climate Action Week, the Resilience Shift is hosting a film screening and panel discussion exploring the lessons to be learned from Cape Town’s water crisis. Register to attend.