Learning path: developing resilience

Find ways to strengthen your resolve and develop your resilience through understanding your stress-triggers and mitigating the negative impacts of that stress

Get advice on how to cope with pressure, become more optimistic and confident and find the support you need in those around you. Discover how to develop your innate ability to adapt to stress and bounce back from adversity

When something goes wrong, how easy is it for you to get back up?

Your resilience, or ‘bounce-back ability’ is key to your success both in your career and life as it will help you to manage change, learn from mistakes and grow stronger. This course explains what it really means to be resilient, why it’s important and how you can develop it.

With job security and a standard career path less and less attainable across many industries, a capacity to handle uncertainty and adversity has never been more important. the course offers key building blocks that can help you towards developing resilience.


Being resilient means being mentally strong: not giving up even when you are facing failure or have failed and coming back from adversity stronger than you were before. Psychologists believe that anyone can learn to become more resilient – a concept that has been implemented in the U.S. military to help soldiers become as strong mentally as they are physically using a resilience training programme.

Your natural resilience can be developed by taking more care of your body and mind. The course offers tips to improve your bounce-back-ability.

And much more…

For these modules and many more, AMBA members can use our free and exclusive learning path ‘developing resilience’.

If you are an AMBA member, simply click the link below, to log into the membership platform, click Career Development Centre, then select ‘Learning’ and ‘Professional Skills e-learning’ from the top menu to access this course and several others.

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