Mental Resilience for Small Business Leaders Online CityEast College

Course Outline

If ever the resilience of the small business owner has been tested it is now!
Small business is the backbone of the Australian economy.

• Small businesses account for 35% of Australia’s gross domestic profit
• Small business employs 44% of Australia’s workforce.
• Small business has taken a severe hit since early 2020 in particular following devastation with both drought and bushfires in 2019 and earlier.

This brief session aims to stimulate both curiosity and practice to cultivate improved resilience
for the small business leader. We unpack what mental resilience really is and how it can be both cultivated and maintained. Several sources agree that human resilience refers the ability to ‘bounce back’, to recover after experiencing a particular challenge. One online dictionary refers to: ‘the ability to recover readily from illness, depression, adversity, or the like’. Understanding the term is one thing, unpacking its structure is something else. What we know is that people facing very similar challenges present differing personal responses.
Some rapidly ‘bounce back’, others are affected long afterwards. Different responses reflect differing
levels of resilience in different individuals. Mental resilience is a skill which can be learned!

To enhance your experience, our Online Mental Resilience for Small Business Leaders classes are limited to ten participants using Zoom.

Ideal for...

Any small business owner or leader who is interested in learning strategies to help you cope in difficult periods.

Outcomes

• Emotional regulation: the capacity to remain calm under pressure. How to do that!
Impulse control: personal control and the ability to defer gratification. How to do that!
• Optimism: maintaining the belief that things can and will get better. How to do that!
• Causal analysis: mature and accurate assessment of the cause of challenges. How to do that!
• Self-efficacy: believing one is resourceful and effective in their roles in life. How to do that!
• Reaching out: enhancing positive aspects of life such as intimacy and taking on new challenges.
How to do that!

What you need


About your tutor



George Owen has a long-standing passion for adult education, having been lecturing within the behavioural science arena for over two decades. He has attained national accreditation in clinical hypnosis and strategic psychotherapy, successfully completing Master Practitioner of NLP, studying coaching, counselling and so on. George is passionate about developing more efficient ways to support people to make positive changes in their lives

Other information

This course is held on the Zoom video conferencing platform. Please to read our online course delivery information to get the most out of your sessions.

All courses need a minimum number of students to run. For your convenience information about class cancellations or changes are made initially via email and SMS, please ensure these details are correct.

This course has no current classes. Please to be notified of vacancies and similar courses.