BECOME A MORE ENGAGING AND IMPACTFUL LEADER
Bespoke professional development for leaders and business owners
Are you tired of projects falling apart due to unexpected challenges and setbacks? Do you want to create a culture of resilience within your project management team?
Resilient organisations withstand and adapt to external pressures and internal challenges while continuing to deliver their mission and objectives. Resilience involves the capacity to anticipate and respond to change and disruption, to recover quickly from setbacks, and to learn and grow from experience.
A resilient organisation has a culture that values and rewards
This book focuses on creating a delivery culture that is resilient, engaging, and sustainable. Whether you're looking for a step-by-step approach or ongoing inspiration, this book offers practical tools and activities to help you build a delivery playbook that drives success.
In this comprehensive guide to culture and project leadership, Jeremy Farrell takes you through the steps needed to build a team that can handle anything that comes their way. You'll learn:
Join us on the journey to building a team that is ready to take on the world.
Building resilience in both people and organizations is of utmost importance in today's fast-paced and constantly changing world. By building resilience, individuals and organizations can develop the ability to adapt and recover from adversity, setbacks, and stress.
Building resilience in people involves developing the ability to cope with life's challenges and recover from setbacks, both in their personal and professional lives. Individuals with higher levels of resilience can better manage stress and adapt to change, leading to increased productivity, better mental health, and improved overall well-being.
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Similarly, building resilience in organizations is critical to their survival and success. By building resilience, organizations can better manage risks, adapt to changes in the market, and overcome unexpected challenges, such as natural disasters, cyber attacks, or economic downturns. Resilient organizations also have the ability to recover quickly from setbacks, minimizing the impact on their operations and reputation.
Building resilience is a continuous process that requires ongoing effort and investment. This can include developing and implementing strategies to manage risks, investing in training and development to build skills and knowledge, and cultivating a culture of resilience that values adaptability, flexibility, and innovation.
By investing in resilience-building strategies, individuals and organizations can develop the skills and capabilities needed to overcome adversity, adapt to change, and thrive in today's fast-paced and constantly evolving world.
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Jeremy Farrell offers insights on resilient delivery cultures garnered in his years with IBM, EDS, Groupe Schneider, Informatica, and NHS England at the height of the pandemic. During nearly two decades with IBM he sat on the EMEA Project Management Professions Board, established IBM South Africa’s Software Lab Services business, and was the country Management Development leader. He is currently a Digital Transformation Programme Manager with NHS England.