In today’s competitive work environment, attracting and retaining top talent is paramount and expensive. Companies recruit high performing employees with deep experience, invest in training, and reward outcomes. Yet while talent and experience are critical, new evidence suggests those attributes may not be enough. It’s not simply how well a person can perform in a typical situation, but how quickly they can return to high performance after an inevitable setback.
Explore the debilitating impacts of anxiety, which often lead to workplace anger and aggression, why resilient employees suffer less anxiety and can rebound after a setback, and how to build a habituated, protective shield through proven prevention techniques.