Business And Management

Building Professional Resilience: A Quick Guide

Being resilient means remaining a thriving company despite the challenges that arise. More specifically, this jumping ability is the ability to bend rather than snap under pressure or adversity. 

Therefore, professional resilience is a core competency in stress management! The term can also be defined as the ability to be aware of your situation, your risks, your weaknesses, and your potential to deal with them and to make strategic decisions.

Errors always happen; professional resilience is about recovering from failure. In the maritime industry – as in all branches – it is important to react quickly and safely to the situation. Pay attention to the positive consequences of failure.

How to Build Resilience

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Relationships help people share ideas, support one another and develop plans for overcoming challenges in the workplace. Supportive relationships in the workplace make a strong contribution to professional sustainability. 

According to some studies, when we have supportive relationships with supervisors and coworkers, we have the ability to endure more stress. 

In addition, employees need to feel accepted and safe while being satisfied that those who care for them are safe and supported in an emergency.

Work is always routine, people see and interact with the same people and perform the same functions. Even if the solution in a challenging situation is certainly not stressful, but an opportunity to use personal strengths and change our satisfaction with our role.

Employees with high personal and professional resilience drive trust, productivity, and profit. More and more shipping companies are using such training programs to equip managers and teams with the necessary skills.