How does resilience contribute to your success in the 21st century?
Resilient people show on a number of dimensions in their experiences, perception and behavior agreements that make them perform better and overcome obstacles. This is how the research results from recent decades point to.
Resilience is trainable
The more you challenge yourself to change and challenge yourself, the smoother and firmer you can deal with it. Resilience is like a muscle that you can strengthen, according to research.
Resilience is the Mindset and strength through which you successfully deal with challenging circumstances
How you deal with, for example, attention, connection, fear, self-confidence, stress, social capital, motives, is stored in your Mindset. For your head, heart and body chances and challenges are almost equal in terms of stress level what they create. Are you going to do this or out of the way? Where do you see your own influence and what do you accept on your life path? This has to do with - according to science - eight building blocks: your optimism, self-image, problem-solving ability, emotion management, empathy, life experience, personality and urge to innovate.
Professor Patrick Reinmoeller
He is the scientific pillar under WOOSH5. Over the past decades, various aspects of resilience have been researched internationally at, among others, entrepreneurs and managers. He has developed the questionnaire Resilience, directs the further investigation of the resulting results, provides WOOSH5 with up-to-date scientific insights around Resilience. Patrick wrote a Strategy White Paper about 'Resilience: Successful companies depend on employees mental fitness'. This can be downloaded here.
WOOSH5 uses the research and insights of scientists in random order as:
Patrick Reinmoeller Heidi Grant Halvorsson
Martin E.P. Seligman Susan Cain
Barbara L. Fredrickson Ernst Bohlmeier
Roos Vonk Fred Luthans
Roy Baumeister Anna Fels