Advancing Despite Adversity: Resilience Through the Lens of Neuroscience

Advancing Despite Adversity: Resilience Through the Lens of Neuroscience

Episode

About this Episode:

In this episode, Dr. Raissa Miller talks with Jurie Rossouw, author of Executive Resilience and founder of the resilience training and development company, Driven. Jurie offers a neuroscience-informed definition of resilience and discusses the Predictive 6-Factor Resilience scale (PR6) and framework. Jurie reviews the six domains of resilience and discusses specific activities individuals can do to enhance resilience in each of the domains. Jurie also talks about the mobile-resilience building app, Driven, and shares about the various programs individuals can participate in for personal or professional application.

Presenter

About Jurie:

Jurie is a resilience expert and author of Executive Resilience, a book that delves into the neuroscience of cultural resilience. Jurie is also the founder of Driven, an integrated AI-powered resilience program that is used by hundreds of organizations worldwide, combining workshops, peer training, certifications, and technology to create a culture of resilience, underpinned with Resilience First Aid certified champions. Jurie developed High Adversity Resilience Training (HART) used in defense and emergency response. Jurie has published multiple research papers on the neuroscience of resilience, resilience assessment, and new analytics frameworks to better understand the deeper functioning and value of resilience.

Citation

APA Citation for this Episode:

Miller, R. (Producer). (2021 November 17). Advancing Despite Adversity: Resilience Through the Lens of Neuroscience [Audio Podcast]. The Thoughtful Counselor. Retrieved from https://concept.paloaltou.edu/advancing-despit…-of-neuroscience/

Links

Additional Resources: 

Driven Website: https://home.hellodriven.com/

Transcript

https://otter.ai/u/xoFLl5kLsqirjuEKNjHVhbDFFkI

Thanks

Thanks to the Following:

Photo by Fakurian Design on Unsplash

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