Resilience – Barbour Guide

The term ‘resilience’ is used in a variety of contexts, but personal resilience refers to an individual’s ability to cope with difficult or stressful situations, to learn from, and bounce back from, poor experiences. A high degree of resilience is now generally accepted as an indicator of good mental health. Our comprehensive Barbour Guide takes you through the legal requirements, resilience in the business context, personal psychological resilience, factors and behaviours, resilience building and more.

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