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Building resilience at work

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Lovingmylife Tue 17-Nov-20 17:09:03

I always thought I was quite resilient but turns out I'm not. Had a bit of mildly stroppy push back from someone on one of my projects. It's made me feel terrible like I've done something wrong when I haven't. I suspect this won't be the last time I get push back and people being firmer than I'd like so how do I learn to deal with it, let it go when it doesn't matter and not let it get to me?

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Rae34 Tue 17-Nov-20 17:43:12

Being firm and being stroppy are very different things. Can you give an example of what they said?

It is something I occasionally struggle with too.

ageingdisgracefully Tue 17-Nov-20 17:46:12

Watching with interest as someone with chronic imposter syndrome.

CuriousaboutSamphire Tue 17-Nov-20 18:03:38

Turned out great had absolutely no resilience and work, teaching. We'll, I may have had at one point, but I wore it out.

My best advice would be to to talk to a line manager. Ask for some training, support, as appropriate. It's part of their job and it will improve your work!

Best of luck.

CuriousaboutSamphire Tue 17-Nov-20 18:04:18

Great?!?! = I.
I had no resilience!

nosswith Tue 17-Nov-20 18:06:35

I take things better if I am not tired. Regular and adequate sleep is important.

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