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Polaris Learning and Praesidio Launch New Developing Resilience ILM Recognised Programme

Polaris Learning and Praesidio Launch New Developing Resilience ILM Recognised Programme

 

The teams at Polaris Learning and Praesidio have come together to create a new ILM Recognised programme, Developing Resilience, which is proving popular across the industry.

The focus of the programme is to develop the resilience of leaders across the breadth of organisations, enabling them to better cope with the unpredictable, make informed decisions and to stay calm and in control when situations do not go as planned. Therefore, in turn, helping leaders feel better able to cope with their day-to-day work.

Since Covid, it has become apparent that more and more people are not as resilient as they used to be, leaders are having to cope with more and organisations are not as resilient as they should be.  This is leaving the individuals, their management teams and the organisations themselves exposed in an increasingly challenging environment.

The Developing Resilience programme has been designed to leaders recognise gaps in their resilience, start the process of building resilience during an intensive 3-day programme and then to enable organisations to create a plan to go forward.

Polaris Learning and Praesidio launched the programme in October to representatives from 15 organisations to gain feedback and insight, and many of these organisations have now committed to rolling out this programme in their businesses.

“Having taken the time to attend the pilot program in October I’m pleased that I did. I found the course content and the presenters extremely engaging and knowledgeable which left me feeling that there is a need in the market for this type of heightened resilience training. While we have, over the years, developed and introduced robust emergency response training, based on credible and predictable scenarios, I believe there is more that can and should be done to prepare our organisations and people for the “unforeseen” events that have crept into our business as we expand global operating footprints and transition in to differing energy sectors.

As the threats to our business environment become more complex, we should take time to reappraise the resilience levels within our people and our organisations”, Steve Rae.

To find out more, please get in touch with: Keith Adam, Managing Director,  keith@polaris-learning.com or Rob Diver, Operations Director, rdiver@praesidio.uk.com

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Published: 14-11-2022

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