Build Your Resilience To Combat Stress & Burnout | Jodi Woelkerling

EPISODE 103Decades of experience in the corporate world have shown Jodi Woelkerling that resiliency is a key feature of every enduringly successful individual and every organizational culture that’s productive and collaborative long-term. The modern workplace is filled with constant challenges and competing priorities—both for the business at large and for the individuals within the business—and resilience is a key component of effectively navigating these challenges. In the episode, Jodi shares why personal resilience is a MUST if you want to combat stress and burnout, three levels we all need to focus on to become more resilient, what you can do if your boss or company causes you a TON of stress…and more! Enjoy!!

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QUESTIONS I ASK JODI IN THE EPISODE:

  • What’s your story/background? (Specifically, how did you become interested in helping people become more resilient?)
  • What does “resilience” mean? 
  • Why is it important to be resilient? How can being more resilient positively impact ALL aspects of your life?
  • How can someone know if they’re resilient—or not?
  • Is resilience something we’re born with, or is it a skill we can grow? Are there specific exercises we can do to become more resilient?
  • You’ve been quoted as saying, “We don’t have to accept stress as a way of life. There is a better option!” What do you mean by that?
  • When you define work-related resilience, how do you differentiate larger systemic issues from an individual’s ability to provide themselves with self-care/maintenance?
  • When working with companies, what are some of the major behaviors or workplace norms that you readily identify as problematic? If someone is listening and thinking “those things happen at MY workplace,” what can they do?
  • Are there questions someone can ask in a job interview that highlight “red flags” in terms of company culture?
  • We hear the term “psychological safety” a lot in relation to business culture. What is psychological safety and why is it important?

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