In today’s climate of constant change, resilience in the workplace is the difference between an individual or business that thrives and one that just survives. To us, resilience is more than the ability to ‘bounce back’ during times of challenge - it’s the ability to propel forward. To advance, despite adversity.
The resilience of organisations depends on the resilience of employees.
They are the most important asset. But most importantly - they’re human beings; with varying responses to stress, conflict, challenge and change.
With the right emotional intelligence and resilience training, these responses can be enhanced to:
Reduce sick days and prolonged absences
Improve staff retention and positive work culture
Increase employee health and wellbeing
Optimise productivity and performance
Wendy Jenkins OAM is no stranger to change and adversity. As a newlywed looking forward to her next chapter, Wendy was diagnosed with a life-threatening lung condition and given two years to live without a rare and risky double lung transplant procedure. While lucky enough to match with a donor, the double lung transplant left Wendy with ongoing complex health issues, which prevented her from having children, shortened her life expectancy, and led to severe depression and PTSD.
Determined to overcome mental illness and improve her wellbeing, Wendy discovered a strong passion for neuroscience-based resilience and the way our nervous system and brain work to give us mental strength. She believes no matter what challenges and adversity you face - the way you respond is key.
More than 15 years later, Wendy is a certified resilience coach and instructor, successful entrepreneur, sought-after speaker and a strong advocate for advancing forward - not just bouncing back. A highly experienced human resources practitioner, Wendy is dedicated to empowering forward-thinking businesses and individuals to be their best through neuroscience-based resilience training.
Wendy co-founded the Lungitude Foundation with husband Gordon, and was awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in June 2022 'for service to community health, particularly lung transplant research'.
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