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The Three Keys of Organizational Stress Resilience—People,
Structure, Adaptation

Reducing stress in your organization will lower health costs, reduce conflict and increase performance. High Performing Systems can help you build a stress-reduction program for your organization that will achieve these goals. Contact us today to get started.

Three-Part Video Series Presented By Henry L. (Dick) Thompson, Ph.D.

Organizations experience stress every day. How well people within an organization respond to it is directly linked to how well they perform. That’s why building Organizational Resilience can help your organization move from being a good company to being a great one. The truth is that every organization can do better than it’s currently doing—if it builds resilience.

Building Organizational Resilience is important because without it a stressed-out organization will experience profitability loss in such critical areas as employee health and performance. In fact, stress costs US businesses as much as $300 billion a year—not including the cost of replacing leaders who burn out or derail due to job pressures.

In this three-part video series, Organizational Development Expert Henry L. (Dick) Thompson, Ph.D., discusses the three keys of building Organizational Resilience: People, Structure and Adaptation.

Part Three—Adapation

In this video, Dr. Thompson describes what it means to be adaptable as an organization, including being flexible and innovative as well as cultivating process improvement at all levels at all times. He also shares the pitfalls and common responses to increased stress within an organization and what actions leaders can take to ensure a quick recovery.

Part One—People
Part Two—Structure

Dr. Thompson is President and CEO of High Performing Systems, Inc., and the author of The Stress Effect: Why Smart Leaders Make Dumb Decisions—And What to Do About It (Jossey-Bass, 2010). The Stress Effect is a groundbreaking individual and organizational resource for developing leaders and teams under stress and was listed as a top-selling business book by Inc. Magazine and 800-CEO-READ.

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