Develop Personal Resiliency: Calming in Critical Moments

Discount Available for groups

This course will be held in-person at the UNC School of Government from 9 a.m.–4 p.m. No pre-work assignments are required, but we will include optional self-paced follow-up coursework to help you dive deeper into select resiliency principles.

Working in government was difficult before the pandemic started. Then things got complicated. Remote work, hiring and retention challenges, and ever-growing uncertainty can manifest as chronic stress in the workplace and lead to burnout, turnover, and fatigue.

Yet we know that resilience at work drives more innovation and creativity, optimizes collaboration, and increases focus on opportunities. Join other public sector professionals as you learn how to bounce back after current challenges and focus on expanding your capacity for the future. 

What you'll learn:

  • How to recognize when and how chronic stress impacts us at work and in life
  • Actions to take to counterbalance the natural stress cycles for optimal workplace performance and agility
  • How to review technology's impact on resiliency with your work

During the course, there will be breakout rooms for participants to brainstorm how to integrate these principles throughout their lives and organizations.

Upon completing this webinar, participants will receive a free, seven-day resiliency training course to deepen the learning from this introductory webinar. To learn more about The Resiliency Solution, visit or view their online courses at


Meet Your Instructor

Patrick Jeffs, Founder and CEO of The Resiliency Solution

There currently are no scheduled offerings of this course.
There are no materials avaliable for this course at this time.
For all registration questions, resetting passwords, or login issues please contact:

Dale Zuckert

Assistant Registrar
For questions regarding course details, including location, schedule, materials, and continuing education credits, please contact:

Julia Hermanas

Program Associate, Management and Leadership Group
Albert and Gladys Hall Coates Distinguished Term Teaching Assistant Professor, Center for Public Leadership and Governance