Easthampton MA, March 27, 2013 — Resilience Training Institute announces that they now offer a streamlined one day version of the landmark resilience training course called Resilience At Work.

According to Suzanne Guthrie, Director of Learning at Resilience Training Institute, the Resilience At Work training program is now available in a one day format. Ms. Guthrie points out that resilience training will strengthen the entire workforce — whether it’s in a one day or two day training format. “Our clients have historically given excellent feedback on the longer two day Resilience Training course that we have delivered in past years. However, tightened resources and budgets meant that not all companies could afford to have the two day resilience training course as part of their annual training schedule. “As a result, we are pleased to showcase our new one day Resilience Training Course as a viable alternative for companies who want to boost corporate resilience ” she adds.

Resilience training affords a new approach to building staff capacity and adaptability.Jim Hornickel, Director of Training at Resilience Training Institute, adds “We get excellent feedback from firms on how employees are responding to this innovative one day resilience training program. We pack the agenda with interactive, experiential exercises that keep employees engaged. We also provide participants with resilience skill-building tools they can use at work and at home to keep their vitality high”, notes Mr. Hornickel. The one day version of the Resilience Training Course is designed to give corporations the tools needed to boost resilience skills company wide.

The one Day Resilience Training course offers a convenient option for large companies who want to grow employee resilience. According to Lexi Major-Nealson, Communication Specialist at the Resilience Training Institute, companies can reduce the time commitment involved in travel by having onsite delivery of Resilience Training courses at their own offices. “We typically send our Resilience Trainer to your company site so your employees don’t have to spend time and money on unnecessary travel. This works especially well for companies who want to run several groups of staff through the Resilience Training course. For example, we recently worked with a large firm that ran four consecutive sessions of the Resilience Training Program in the same week, enabling them to boost resilience skills in 80 personnel, she continued. Clearly, the convenience aspect of this one day Resilience Training session should not be overlooked.

About Resilience Training Institute
Established as a global learning company Resilience Training Institute, and its parent company Bold New Directions, strives to involve participants in experiential training courses that transform the way they perform at work. Its diverse client base consists of organizations in banking, health care, financial services, technology, manufacturing and higher education.

To learn more about the onsite resilience training course options available for your staff please click here: http://www.resiliencetraininginstitute.com