Building Resilient Teams

Leaders who cultivate characteristics of hardiness within their organizations have teams that are better able to adapt to stress and adversity, less likely to suffer from burnout and are more resilient to change.

Learn how to understand hardiness and resilience, and apply it to your own, and your team's, functioning and performance.

This 7-Hour Workshop includes all course materials and your own personalized Hardiness Resilience Gauge assessment.

Understand Hardiness and Resilience through the three lenses of Challenge, Control, and Commitment.

Support your team members to succeed in challenging circumstances.

Learn field-tested strategies for dealing with challenging times in the moment.

Karen Bowen

Meet Your Instructor

Hardiness Resilience Gauge Master Trainer, Karen Bowen (B.A, MA), has a foundational belief that we are accountable for our experience and empowered in the choices we make. Karen guides individuals and teams through a process of exploration that results in tangible and effective behavior and culture change.

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Learn From Experience

Learn from established practitioners who have led teams in real-world environments and understand both the challenges and opportunities.

Explore Your Approach

The first step in helping others is exploring  acknowledging your own approaches to challenging situations, using the lens of the Hardiness Resilience Gauge

Support Others

Understand common causes of indovodual and organizational stressors, and develop strategies to help yourself, and your team work through them.

Explore the World Of Resilience With The Hardiness Resilience Gauge


The Hardiness Resilience Gauge (HRG) measures cognitive, emotional and behavioral characteristics within individuals and teams. Increased hardiness is also positively correlated to the amount of effort people put in at work, their level of job satisfaction and their commitment to the organization.

Grounded in extensive research, the HRG focuses on the three C’s – Challenge, Control, and Commitment.

The three C’s of Hardiness represent that those high in hardiness believe they have control over the events they experience, see the world as meaningful and interesting and view challenges as growth opportunities.

We use the HRG to increase hardiness in both leaders and team members, and to build stronger, more resilient teams.

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