Organizational Resilience is the ability of an organization to anticipate, prepare for, respond and adapt to incremental change and sudden disruptions in order to survive and prosper.
Organizational resilience is an essential strategy for an organization to flourish in today’s dynamic world and can be achieved throughout time, set up for the long-term.
Organizational resilience is a continues cultural learning process. An organization will not be ready to properly reply to a major incident if the organization did not learn how to deal with the minor incidents happening daily.
What profiles of organisations were prepared to face the unknown, what were the criteria that allowed these organisations and its personnel to manage the required transition, how did they build the required resilience to live through such crisis, mitigate their risk and seek opportunities to envisage a future in a still volatile future?
We will present a model to build resilience, present some practical examples and some key criteria to build-in this capability within the organisation and provide a psychological safety for the employees and their families.
Resilience is not the survival of the strongest but survival of the fittest, Large or small!
About the Speaker
|Michèle is an Organizational development, Project Management, Talent Development and Education specialist with more than 20 years of experience working in multicultural and multidisciplinary environments throughout the world. She specializes in transforming clients’ vision and ideas into specific strategic development actions and embed organizational changes required to meet the challenges. |
Michèle has a great capacity for analysis, strong leadership skills and flexible mediation skills. Among many different client’s profiles, specialize in two areas of predilection, aviation and pharmaceutical where she gained a lot of insight in their operating models.