'Building Team Resilience' explores the concept of team resilience and what managers and supervisors can do to promote positive and meaningful relationships within teams. It includes consideration of the challenges for staff working in the helping professions, and personal, professional and organisational responses that sustain team resilience and trauma-informed practice. Theory and research are interwoven with experiential exercises, aimed at resourcing you with tools to identify and respond to the impacts of the work on team relationships and organisational culture.

Relevant Audience:
Team leaders, program managers and supervisors in the helping professions. To assist with implementation, we encourage more than one participant from within the same service to attend.

Workshop Style:
Two subject matter experts will help you explore key concepts and theoretical and practical frameworks. Small group activities aim to keep the course content relevant to you and your specific work context. Implementation guides will help you put your knowledge into practice.

This event will cover:

  • Describing key characteristics of resilient teams
  • Identifying how trauma-informed responses can build and sustain resilient teams
  • Identifying an activity/process for implementation to promote positive and meaningful working relationships within teams
  • Identifying an activity/process for implementation to promote team resilience in the workplace


  • Angie Nyland — The Bouverie Centre
  • Nella Charles — The Bouverie Centre

Categories: Capability 13 - Enabling reflective and supportive ways of working
Disciplines: Allied Health, Medical, Nursing, Other
Levels: Introductory
Lifespans: Adult

Wednesday 11 October 2023
09:30 to 16:30
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