Resilience in Self

Provided by: Australian Institute of Management

Today’s workplaces are more complex, dynamic and high-pressured than ever before. In this fast-paced environment, it is critical for all employees to develop the skills to effectively manage the ebbs and flows of workplace pressure. Resilient people perform better at work due to their ability to manage stress and conflict, adapt to challenging situations and learn from experience.

AIM’s Resilience in Self short course will uncover skills and techniques to utilise your strengths and recover from problems and challenges. Acquire the tools and strategies to be emotionally resilient to stress, changes at work and to life’s challenges in general.  Gain the ability to remain positive and productive in the workplace, regardless of the demands and changes you face.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Build understanding of how thinking drives your behaviour and outcomes, and how to reframe your thinking for a new and positive perspective
  • Recognise your early warning signals of stress overload and apply techniques to build resilience
  • Apply practical resilience strategies and tools into your everyday situations to build long-term resilience and optimism
  • Increase your ability to build and maintain positive, healthy and stress-free workplace relationships


Entry or Workplace Requirements

There are no entry or workplace requirements to attend this course.

Delivery Method and Time Requirements

Face-to-face – 1-day on Campus Workshop

Campus Locations: Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra


$805.00 (includes 10% Feedlot TECH discount)

Australian Institute of Management

Geordie Weber
Feedlot TECH Account Manager
Phone: 02 9956 3963 / 0449 612 131

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