Employers can ensure good communication, set clear expectations, provide appropriate training, and foster a sense of shared goals and achievements, which can all help to alleviate stress in the first place. But some stressors are unavoidable – accidents happen, colleagues get sick, customers’ demands change and so on.
Feeling resilient doesn’t mean that you won’t experience stress or that you become immune to adversity, but it does mean that you can use these skills to feel empowered to take control and get what you want out of challenging situations.
Teaching and Research Associate (TARA)
Faculty of Health
Exceptional clinical and academic learning, social engagement and research in medicine, dentistry, nursing, psychology and health professions.