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Friday, 13 March 2009


Resilience means to jump back to the original shape after compression. From the Latin re-salire 'jump'

At the Melbourne Business School's Sydney Alumni Dinner last night, John Hartigan, Australian CEO of News Limited, spoke about the need for "character" in difficult times. I think he would have agreed that resiliency is an important aspect of character.

How do you build such a character? I think it derives form core values, experience of 'jumping' back from failure, ability to tolerate complexity, willingness to imagine the future, and courage to take action. In short, wisdom!


Mahmood Syedfaheem said...

You have rightly said. Resilience is required when facing situations. Otherwise we become desolate.

Peter Webb said...

Yes, but is resilience a part of your personality to begin with (you have either it or you don't), or is it something you can learn?