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Said indicators contribute to our understanding of resilience, but may also lack aspects that may be present in approaching the entirety of a city, as a bigger picture to these components.
We are measuring impact in line with the alliances comprehensive view of resilience which is looking beyond physical assets for protection and includes intangible assets such as for example communities knowledge on disaster risk reduction and flood resilience, says Matilda Persson.
Their enthusiasm was contagious, leading to creative recruitment tools and the implementation of creative, dynamic and practical resilience activities.
A stressed workforce means reduced productivity through errors, poor customer service, low morale, and absenteeism, making resilience an increasingly important business strategy (Homewood Health Solutions, 2013).
resilience is not just an IT issue, it's a business issue.
The good news is that some of the qualities of middle age - a better ability to regulate emotions, perspective gained from life experiences and concern for future generations - may give older people an advantage over the young when it comes to developing resilience, said Adam Grant, a management and psychology professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
State-Trait Resilience Inventory, Short Warwick Edinburg Mental Well-being Scale and Depression Anxiety Stress Scale were used in both populations.
Keywords: Intervention programme, resiliency module, protective factors, academic resilience.
Resilience is less risky for doing sports and having minimal physical activity.
In connection with the agreement, Resilience has partnered with LBC Credit Partners, a provider of middle-market financing solutions, and The Kennedy Group, a supplier of labeling, packaging and identification solutions.
The growing number of natural and man-made disasters around the world--from earthquakes and floods to recent cyber attacks against organisations--highlights the need for countries of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) to adopt a national resilience framework," the release said.
Body Image Satisfaction Scale (Cash, 2000), was used for assessing body image satisfaction, Depression, Anxiety, Stress Scale (Lovibond and Lovibond, 1995) for measuring distress and Hiew's State-Trait Resilience Checklist (2000) was used to measure resilience of the research participants.