Resilience and Mental Toughness – Is there a difference?
This FREE mental toughness webinar on Wednesday 16 November at 1pm AEST will cover:
- the definition of Mental Toughness
- origins of Mental Toughness and the MTQ48
- the benefits of being mentally tough
- the characteristics of mentally tough individuals and organisations
- how you can develop mental toughness
More About This Mental Toughness Webinar
In general conversation these two descriptors are often interchangeable, although there is a subtle but distinct difference between resilience and mental toughness. If it were Algebra it would be written as MT=R+C ie Mental Toughness is Resilience plus Confidence. Experienced Mental Toughness practitioner Paul Lyons will share his insights on measuring and building resilience and mental toughness through the use of MTQ48.
Successful people achieve peak performance as a result of their positive mindset, drive and confidence. They have the ability to control their emotions in stressful situations and still perform at the highest levels.
Who Should Attend This Webinar
- leaders of an organisations wishing to build resilience in yourself and your team
- individuals seeking personal and/or career success
- coaches and psychologists working with individuals and organisations
About The Presenter
Paul Lyons is an experienced CEO, Coach, Speaker, NED and MTQ48 accredited. As CEO of Mental Toughness Partners, he assists individuals and organisations to develop their mental toughness to improve performance, behaviour and wellbeing. Using his knowledge and expertise gained from 25 years’ experience as a CEO, 15 in a business he co-founded and built to be an ASX listed business employing 250 people and operating in 7 cities across the Asia Pacific region, Paul advises, coaches and mentors CEOs, business leaders and executive coaches to build their leadership capability, grow their business and develop mental toughness and resilience in individuals and organisations. Paul Lyons specialises in people, mental toughness, leadership and company culture in Australia and Asia Pacific.
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