Maintaining Resilience at Work

1. Remember your why.

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2. Remember your power

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  • Identify immediate priorities — you can’t do everything. Find what is urgent and specific deadlines.
  • Get started — (sometimes the hardest part), so once you have started, you are set!
  • Find someone with knowledge — you may be responsible for an area, but you don’t have to do things alone. Try and benefit from the knowledge of those around you.
  • Give yourself a head start — if you have a never-ending to-do list, wake up earlier and give yourself a greater chance of completing it.

3. Strengthen your connections

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How can you keep in touch?

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