Resilience @ Work
Sustain Performance and Avoid Burnout

Resilience @ Work comes to Dublin - A rare occasion to work with internationally recognised thought leader Kathryn McEwen 

Join us for an afternoon workshop or breakfast on

the 13th and 14th of June 2019

at the Clayton Liffey Valley Hotel, Dublin


Register your place today

Afternoon Workshop Overview

Delivered by Kathryn McEwen, internationally recognised thought leader in workplace resilience and pioneer of the Resilience at Work® (R@W) Tookit. This is an exceptional opportunity to attend a workshop delivered by Kathryn, who is visiting from South Australia to share her work in Ireland.

Against the new workplace normal of turbulence, complexity and pressure, resilience has become a ‘must have’ attribute. To date, focus has mainly been on how to help individuals thrive. This is despite long-standing recognition that sustainable change at work is best achieved through a systemic approach that considers the interplay between people, their leaders, the teams they work within and the workplace challenges faced.

This workshop provides a validated framework, the Resilience at Work® (R@W) Toolkit that assists you to build resilience in a systemic way. The Toolkit has been designed specifically for the workplace and provides a holistic roadmap of the practical actions needed to concurrently build resilience in individuals, teams and leaders within their operating environment. The Toolkit has been used internationally in coaching and research and is useful for any occupation and working environment.

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Who should attend?

The workshop is of value to any manager, HR/OD Specialist, trainer, clinical lead, conflict practitioner
or others who are assisting their teams to:

-Adapt to frequent change and uncertainty

-Stay productive without burnout

-Care for others while staying well themselves

-Maintain physical and emotional wellbeing despite job pressures, all while staying resilient themselves ...


We will explore

The seven components of personal resilience at work and how to support your staff in building these

• The elements that create team resilience, including how these are different from individual resilience and how to explore and build these with your teams

• Your role as a leader in creating a resilient culture

You will also have the opportunity to gain a feedback report on your personal resilience and explore how you can be the best you can be for yourself and your team

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Half Day Workshop

Date and Location: Dublin (Venue: Clayton Liffey Valley Hotel), Thurs 13th June 2-5pm

Fee: € 280

Early Bird Discount 15%- Registration and Payment by 3rd June


Registration includes afternoon tea, two books Building Your Resilience: How to Thrive in a Challenging
Job and Building Team Resilience plus completion of the Resilience at Work® (R@W)Scale, an
individualised feedback report from your personal online assessment.


Breakfast

Date and Location: Dublin (Venue: Clayton Liffey Valley Hotel) Friday 14th June 8 - 9:30pm
Fee: € 75.00  Early Bird Discount of 15% -Registration and payment by 3rd June 2019 (Fee includes a light breakfast)

Meet Our Presenters

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Mary Lou O'Kennedy

Mary Lou is a professional Mediator and Conflict Management specialist and a certified user of the 'Resilience @ Work' Toolkit.

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Mary Lou is a professional Mediator and Conflict Management specialist. She is a certified user of the Conflict Dynamics Profile (CDP) with the Centre for Conflict Dynamics, Eckerd College, Florida and a Master Trainer with the Institute for Workplace Dynamics, Paris. Mary Lou is also a certified CINERGY Conflict Management Coach and Trainer with extensive experience and expertise in working with companies and organisations in the effective management of conflict. Combined with this, Mary Lou is a certified mediator in Commercial, Workplace and Family mediation with Friarylaw (ADR UK) and Athena Mediation and is a Practioner member of the Mediators’ Institute of Ireland.

Over the past 25 years, Mary Lou has managed and been a director of a number of companies. Her early management experience was in the Surveys Unit of the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI), then as CEO of the County Wexford Partnership for 11 years and as Managing Director of Tunstall Emergency Response Ltd for a further five years. She has held several directorships of private and non-profit companies concerned with community, social and employment services at local, regional and national level.

More recently Mary Lou has served on the Council of the Mediators’ Institute of Ireland and as Chairperson of its Education Committee (2009-2011). She is also a member of the Irish Commercial Mediation Association. Since 2006 Mary Lou has brought her management experience to her conflict resolution work to deliver mediation, coaching and training in commercial, employment, community and family disputes.

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Kathryn McEwen

Delivered by Kathryn McEwen, internationally recognised thought leader in workplace resilience and pioneer of the Resilience at Work® (R@W) Tookit. Kathryn's passion is in coaching people to thrive in workplaces that are turbulent, complex and pressurised.

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Delivered by Kathryn McEwen, internationally recognised thought leader in workplace resilience and pioneer of the Resilience at Work® (R@W) Tookit. Kathryn's passion is in coaching people to thrive in workplaces that are turbulent, complex and pressurised. She has used her extensive skills and experience as an organisational psychologist,coach and mediator to pioneer development of the Resilience at Work® (R@W) Toolkit, a systemic and evidence-based set of models and measures to build personal, team and leader resilience at work.

This Toolkit is being used globally in practice and is part of more than 70 university research studies. While it is applicable to all occupations there has been substantial application and research from those working in jobs that involve caring or high emotional labour. Mediators and specialists in work conflict also find it of value in complementing existing approaches.

Kathryn has authored three books on this topic entitled Building Resilience at Work; Building Your
Resilience: How to Thrive in a Challenging Job and Building Team Resilience. Based in South Australia,
she leads Working With Resilience, a consortium of researchers and practitioners working to support
people in creating sustainable performance at work.


Her work has been recognised by the Australian Psychological Society who awarded the status of
‘Fellow’ for her contribution to psychology.