7 short Green Zone videos to increase team resilience in October

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As a token of my appreciation for your support and well wishes I would like to offer you free access to these 7 Green Zone videos in October (Health & Safety Month).

As you will see, the videos are designed to promote discussion and encourage action to increase mental well-being and resilience.  Below is the feedback from 120 team leaders at NAB who evaluated the videos.

Questions Agree
The videos helped prompt important discussions about building personal and team resilience and mood 91%
The videos were practical and encouraged the team to take action 81%
I would recommend the Green Zone video series to other Managers who wish to improve the resilience and mood of their team 86%

Psychological Safety: The surprising key to Google’s best teams (6:02)

In 2012 Google began a quest to understand how to build the perfect team. They followed 180 teams around the world and monitored 250 different factors. They identified five norms in their best teams. Whilst all factors were shown to be important, by FAR the most important element was psychological safety.

Why you should be kind to yourself after a setback (4:19)

The video explains the research that reveals that self-compassion is good for us, and good for our performance.

Your Green Zone tribe (5:38)

This video encourages people to think about who are the really important people in their life – and most importantly – to schedule quality time with them on a regular basis.

4 steps to mastering setbacks (5:05)

This video highlights a proven approach to responding to setbacks.

5 Ways to Help a Stressed Workmate (12:00)

This video provides practical suggestions about how to help a stressed or depressed workmate – but of course, the suggestions are just as relevant for family and friends.

Why a Growth Mindset is key to the Green Zone (4:59)

This video discusses research of Professor Carol Dweck, about fixed versus growth mindsets. The research contained in her book Mindset, shows that those with a growth mindset believe that they can continually improve their intelligence, resilience and capabilities if we are prepared to try new things, fail, learn, and move forward. Those with a growth mindset will outperform those with a fixed mindset.

We also share 3 practical tips to move up the growth mindset continuum.

Why caring conversations inspire people, and inspire change (5:27)

This video discusses the importance of caring and empathetic conversations to produce productive relationships and great results.

If you are interested in a live presentation or webinar for your employees please email Jenny Thomson at jenny@graemecowan.com.au for further details.

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