TRI’s Personal Resilience
In today’s often crazy world you must have a solid plan of action before disaster strikes! You must have an immediate plan of action that allows for the safety, security and recovery of both yourself and your loved ones.
What do we mean by resilience? Simply put, resilience is the ability to cope under pressure and recover from difficulties. A person who has good resilience copes well under pressure and can bounce back more quickly than someone whose resilience is less developed.
“Resilience is not a trait that people either have or do not have. It involves behaviors, thoughts, and actions that can be learned and developed in anyone.”
Imagine what it would feel like to know that you have all your vital life information organized, centralized and protected. It would give you the peace-of-mind in knowing that you are prepared for anything life throws your way, like your child’s new best friend’s phone number, a lost wallet, the prescriptions your parents take, or in the extreme a home fire, natural disaster, or terrorist attack.
TRI’s Personal Resilience: YOU Matter course addresses our new way of life. We are experiencing one of the most overscheduled and busiest times in our society’s history. Our children are quickly moving from one activity to another, both parents are working, and the household dynamics are morphing as our parents become older. Couple this with other unexpected life changing events and one quickly realizes that the need solutions to help simplify life and save time are critical.
Why should my company offer this course?
Companies and Organizations should promote and offer our course for 2 main reasons:
Reason Number One: Your business continuity plan covers natural disasters, man-made events and terrorist attacks, but if you experience a partial or total loss, chances are so will your employees. Making sure they have a plan for total information recovery means you can both get back to work faster and more productively.
Reason Number Two: According to the 2008 CCH Annual Absenteeism Survey by CCH and Harris Interactive did you know that 2/3 of unscheduled absenteeism is not because your employees are really sick. Rather, it’s because they are handling the everyday mishaps of life, like replacing or gathering vital information. And it’s costing you an average of $660 per-employee each year. Additionally, Presenteeism, defined as an employee who is at work but not fully engaged, is now costing employers $250 billion annually. Ironically, the drivers are consistent with those of unscheduled absenteeism. Giving your employees a tool to reduce the recovery time mitigates the cost to your organizations bottom-line.
Protect your largest asset and improve productivity and profit by promoting individual preparedness within your organization.
Our course will cover the following 5 Aspects of Personal Resilience: