According to Kate Nowlan, CiC’s Chief Executive, resilience is the capacity to turn adversity into possibility and in many ways, emotional resilience is an attitude to the people, places and things that people are faced with. It’s the ability to deal with life as it is, not as you might want it to be. Contributing to a recent article in Employee Benefits on this key issue for organisations, Kate reflects on the importance of emotionally resilient employees to help boost performance, alongside contributing to a more engaged and motivated workforce.

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