Starting Conversations to build Collective Resilience

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Hello.

The cure for burnout is not self-care, it is all of us caring for each other. Drs Emily and Amelia Nagoski

Our purpose of this Conversation with Julie Podcast episode was to talk about the importance of, and much needed, Team Resilience. It’s an area that is just starting to become more and more of a focus, especially since Covid-19 has changed the way we work. 

Julie is really clear on the research that shows us that as individuals, we are having very valid responses to our environment, so if we are all going to be ok, we need to have an environment that in itself is resilient to hold us steady and safe.

Individual Resilience doesn't necessarily mean that the team is resilient and it can even lead to team conflict if there isn’t collective alignment. A Resilient Team needs collective understanding, expectations, alignment, purpose, and values to ensure a robust, sustainable, and steady environment.

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Our Reflections

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Our Reflections can be found on the LInkedIn page here

About Kathryn

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Kathryn McEwen spends much of her working day helping co-create resilient cultures.  She leads Working With Resilience, an international consortium of practitioners and researchers who use her measures, resources and books.  Recently she became the Co-Founder of the World's first team resilience app - the R@W Teams Solution - which uses tech to enhance and scale the work she currently leads.

📄 LinkedIn (Kathryn) -https://www.linkedin.com/in/kathrynmcewen1/ 

🖥️ Website (Resilience TV) - www.resilience.tv 

🖥️ Website (Kathryn) - www.kathrynmcewen.com 

🖥️ Website (Working with Resilience) - www.workingwithresilience.com.au