Orem, UT, May 26, 2020 --(PR.com
)-- Zenger Folkman has been monitoring and measuring resilience for several years and has noticed a significant decline in the last few months. With leaders planning the future of their organizations while managing the unexpected challenges brought on by the pandemic, now is the time when resilience is most needed. However, much of the conventional wisdom is not helping.
After researching results from thousands of leaders, Joe Folkman and Jack Zenger discovered five key actions that help rebuild resilience.
“People who are more resilient are less likely to give up when they experience failure,” said Joe Folkman. “They are willing to take more risks to succeed. They are more persistent and optimistic about their chances of success. They generally work with more energy and passion and are more interested in finding new innovative approaches. They are also more likely to volunteer and sign up for a difficult assignment. They have higher levels of personal engagement, along with more confidence. Every organization wants more resilient employees.”
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. For more information on these findings, and how to incorporate them into a leadership development plan, visit www.zengerfolkman.com.
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