Resilience in the workplace
Melanie Haydon and Mietta Gibson have been providing consulting services to organisations on a variety of areas including resilience.
In this video they provide practical advice on how to be more resilient in the workplace,
Key concepts covered include:
- Why is resilience important in the workplace
- How you can work on resilience
- Practical strategies you can do at work and at a home
About Melanie Haydon
Throughout my 20+ years consulting to organisations on the “human side” of business, I have worked across a broad range of sectors and environments from small family start ups to large international enterprises. This has allowed me to refine my expertise in assessing, coaching, facilitating and presenting to individuals and organisations. When I was young I wanted to be a few things when I grew up – nurse, teacher, detective and movie star. My motivation was I wanted to help others, share knowledge, discover and perform! Now my work allows me to do all of these things! I partner with organisations and individuals to identify and develop effective communication and collaboration skills for leaders, teams and specialists. This is done through working directly with clients or partnering with other companies that share the same passion.
About Mietta Gibson
Mietta is passionate about working with teams and leaders to create positive and inspiring workplaces that bring out the best in people.
Using a range of techniques Mietta can help identify the cultural and people related barriers to success. Driving Mietta’s approach is to work with clients to design strategies and practical tactics to create the desired outcomes.
Mietta’s area of expertise is organisational development including driving change (from an emotional people perspective), employee engagement, leadership development and team development.
She currently works with a variety of clients across a range of industries.
Mietta studied commerce at Deakin University and is a certified professional member of the Australian Human Resources Institute.