In How Resilience Works, the author Diane L. Coutu tells us what carries people through tough times and deep recessions: it’s Resilience. How Resilience Works has 8 ratings and 2 reviews. These are dark days: people are losing jobs,taking pay cuts, suffering foreclosure ontheir homes. Som. Manageris recommande l’article How Resilience Works, Harvard Business Review,

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They coolly accept the harsh realities facing them. Leaders must be pliable, able to adapt to adverse circumstances and respond quickly in order to keep the business operating. Good book on looking inward to become more resiliant to the changes life throws at you. Aug 14, Ken rated it it was amazing. Marwa Arafa marked it as to-read Jan 05, Her work has been used as a reference for several other articles.

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Book Review: How Resilience Works

How Resilience Works by Diane L. Nur Khabiba added it Sep 25, Kindle Edition9 pages. It just emerges from within mysteriously and unbidden, and Coutu acknowledges that. Leaders who exhibit this behavior wworks the respect of employees, which is reflected by the work ethic demonstrated by the employees. In reading the article I realized that I have the three characteristics of resilience in my personal life, but sometimes with school and work I do not possess all three characteristics.


The good news l.ocutu Resilient organizations survive thanks to the improvisation and creativity of their people. One or two of these qualities make it possible to bounce back from hardship, but true resilience requires all three.

When leaders take this approach the business will be prepared to endure as well as the employees. L.couu rated it liked it Nov 10, These are dark days: People often believe resilience stems from an optimistic nature.

They can only be truly resilient when they take on all three building blocks. Second, resilient people and organizations possess an ability to find meaning in some aspects of life. Essential Techniques for Healthcare Managers pp. What carries them through tough times?

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Why do some people bounce back from life’s hardships resiliejce others despair? In deep recessions, resilience becomes more important than ever. Dean added it Sep 12, Searching for meaning is not crying the victim, but instead looking reilience ways to bridge the gap until the brighter future arrives, and removing the present sense of being overwhelmed Coutu, This is also true for organizations.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Kaleido is also a content partner for Talentsquare. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. They create concrete goals for themselves with which they succeed in rising above the suffering of the moment.


How resilience works.

Resilient people possess three defining cha These are dark days: A leader who is resilient goes through this process continually and adapts as issues unfold. People who only have one or two of these characteristics will have some success in life both personal and professional, but people who are truly successful throughout life possess all three characteristics.

Sam resklience it as to-read Nov 27, Resilient people however, devise constructs about their suffering to create some sort of meaning for themselves and others. Resilience is one of the greatest puzzles of human nature. Coutu tells us what carries people through tough times and deep recessions: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Catherine Marsh marked it as to-read Dec 22, When facing difficulties in business or private life, some people seem to cope easier than others.