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Twelve traits of resilient people

April 6, 2009

What are the personal and professional attributes of resilient people? Lanai Greenhalgh, manager of CSU's Employee Assistance Program, reveals the answer in this Wednesday's Women at Noon program.

What is it about Jane?

We'll call them John and Jane; they're the employees in your office who, like everyone else, experience stress during their work day, and yet seem to recover more quickly than everyone else. 

They retain a sense of equanimity, respond thoughtfully to challenges, and move forward. They stay positive, keep their sense of humor, work hard, play hard, and seem to relish both. 

How do they do it?

Adversity & resiliency

Building resiliency: Strategies for work and life
Wednesday, April 8
Noon to 1 p.m.
Lory Student Center, room 220-222 

John and Jane have what might be called "personal and professional attributes" belonging to resilient people.  

How resilient are you? You can help yourself answer this question by attending this Wednesday's Kathryn T. Bohannon Women at Noon program. Lanai Greenhalgh, Manager, CSU Employee Assistance Program, CSU Employee Assistance Program, who will speak on Building resiliency: Strategies for work and life. 

Healthy adjustment to pressures of work and life

Participants will discover personal and professional attributes resilient people possess that promote healthy adjustment to change, encourage effective coping, reduce stress and help balance the day-to-day pressures of work and life.

Resiliency to life’s challenges can be developed in children and adults through knowledge of the key components and practicing resiliency strategies.  

Questionnaire reveals your strengths and challenges

Participants will take a resiliency questionnaire to determine areas of strengths and challenges and will learn the 12 characteristics found in people who are adept at bouncing back from life’s adversities.

For further information, contact the Office of Women’s Programs and Studies, 491-6384.

Complete list of Women at Noon programs

Women's Programs and Studies


Contact: Linda Hefner
E-mail: Linda.Hefner@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-6384