Real-time Resilience #14: Ruth Robertson’s STRONG resilience model

Denise spoke recently with Ruth Robertson, business psychologist and organisational and leadership development specialist, about her STRONG resilience model that is attracting interest and support from the health sector and beyond. You can watch the video for a brief overview of the STRONG model works and how you could use it. You can also click here…

Real-time Resilience #13: Resilience for Athletes During Lockdown with Rachel McCann

Denise spoke to New Zealand Blackstick Rachel McCann about how athletes have been coping with lockdown – and why resilience skills are an essential part of any athlete’s toolkit. As a graduate of the Diploma of Positive Psychology, Rachel appreciates the importance of having the tools and skills to overcome setbacks and difficulties.

Real-time Resilience: Resilience for Athletes During Lockdown with Rachel McCann

Denise spoke to New Zealand Blackstick Rachel McCann about how athletes have been coping with lockdown – and why resilience skills are an essential part of any athlete’s toolkit. As a graduate of the Diploma of Positive Psychology, Rachel appreciates the importance of having the tools and skills to overcome setbacks and difficulties.

Real-time Resilience: Leading teams who are working from home during challenging times

Any person “conducting a business or undertaking” has a duty to manage the health and safety of workers performing remote or isolated work. At NZIWR we have decades of experience of WFH, much of it while dealing with tough stuff. The result? We have unique insights that are proving useful now. Here are our tips…

How Restorative Practices Can Contribute to School Wellbeing — with Greg Jansen

How Restorative practices can contribute to school Wellbeing — with Greg Jansen   In this interview, Greg Jansen and Denise discuss how restorative practice is an integral part of wellbeing – supporting relational connection. Greg’s longstanding history with schools means that he understands how long it takes to embed a restorative culture (listen to find…

How Strengths-Based Approaches Support Wellbeing — with Dr Denise Quinlan

What’s right with people? In this interview, Adrienne and Denise discuss strengths – defined as things we do well and enjoy doing. Engagement, performance, collaboration and relationships are all positively influenced by strengths. Humans are better at recognising threat than reward which is why we need to practice spotting strengths in ourselves and others. Denise…