5 Components Of Resilience You Need To Prevent Job Burnout And Psychological Distress
Mental resilience is important for us all, but it's an essential skill for ambitious workers who seek to climb the corporate ladder. Research shows that workers with a high degree of resilience are less susceptible to burnout and psychological distress.
A new study of college students who possessed a higher degree of resilience identified 5 aspects of resilience that help to boost psychological stamina. This includes the ability to look for opportunities to overcome pressures instead of ways to deny or avoid them, believing in their own abilities, being motivated by their sense of purpose, having strong interpersonal and internal resources, and attributing a spiritual component to life’s random events that are beyond the capacity of human control.