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June 12, 2019 © Copyright Glomacs

GLOMACS is delighted and excited that this new course is now to be included to the award-winning list of professional training resources. 

Resilience” is defined as: “An organization’s capacity to anticipate disruptions, adapt to events, bounce back from adversity and create lasting value.”

Based on the evidence of business failures around the world, ask yourself, how do business leaders flourish, even survive, in a current of constant and complex change? Answer: by building skills in resiliency, by broadening perspectives and competencies so that organizational, personal, and career changes can be absorbed and contribute to your overall and long-term leadership development.

Incorporating all (and more) of the above disciplines, resilience is a strategic objective intended to help an organization to survive and prosper. A highly resilient organization is adaptive, competitive, agile and robust.  It means you and the business will have the ability to anticipate, prepare for, and respond and adapt to everything from minor everyday events to acute shocks and chronic or incremental changes. 

  1. Leadership: Resilience begins with enterprise leadership setting the priorities, allocating the resources and making the commitments to establish organizational resilience throughout the enterprise. Leadership achieves a balance between risk taking and risk containment to ensure ongoing innovation.
  1. Culture: The second component of organizational resilience is enterprise culture. A resilient culture is built on principles of organizational empowerment, purpose, trust and accountability.
  1. People: As anticipated, the bedrock of organizational resilience is the enterprise workforce. People who are properly selected, motivated, trained, equipped and led will overcome almost any obstacle or disruption.
  1. Self-Empowerment: Your power to build resiliency lies within you.
  1. Personal & Professional Networks: Resilient leaders cultivate a broad network of personal and professional relationships.
  1. Building Resiliency: Enhancing your interpersonal and technical skills or recasting your talents in new ways.    

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