After all, we hardly need the razor-sharp mind of Sherlock Holmes to spot how ubiquitous resilience has become. Turn one way, for example, and we find schools (such as the Kipp schools in the United States and Wellington College in the UK) providing resilience classes not only for their pupils, but also for their pupils’ parents.
Turn the other, and we find businesses — from global pharmaceutical giants to local county councils – placing resilience training at the heart of their learning and development programmes. And, of course, let’s not forget that popular “Keep Calm and Carry On” strap-line, which has appeared on everything from coffee cups to cushions, and T-shirts to tea towels. So what on earth has happened? What has changed? Continue reading.
Originally posted on Telegraph.Wellbeing.