Resilience for the 2020s

The Covid pandemic continues to test us at all levels of society, in our homes, with our families and at work. As we write (March 2021) the rapid roll out of vaccines, at least in the UK, offers hope for the year ahead, but we are still far from anywhere near ‘normal.’

The lack of certainty, loss of control, financial hardship and reduced travel and social contact that we are all experiencing exacts a heavy toll on physical, emotional and mental wellbeing. It is no surprise that there is significant interest in building and sustaining resilience. Mezzana Partners have been working in this field for over twenty-five years, in sectors ranging from the NHS to high performance sport to offshore drilling platforms.

In this paper, we share our perspectives on resilience, offering a different definition than usual and showing how the foundations for resilience lie not just in the individual, but in the team and organisational environment in which people work.

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