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eAcademy Modul Resilienz
e-learning module


Use resilience as a foundation for yourself and your company.

"Resilience" - describes the psychological resilience with which we can cope with stressful situations. It is developed to different degrees - in every person, but also in every organisation. Not only individuals have resilience, organisations also have their own resilience. And this is more than the sum of its parts. Protective factors of individual, team-based and organisational resilience must be intertwined.

In this e-learning module we will explain what resilience means and what it looks like individually, in teams and in organisations. We use self-reflection to determine your resilience profile together and show you how you can develop and strengthen the corresponding protective factors using concrete examples and practical recommendations for action. Our "mini-habits" will make this easy for you: You can start right away and it will be easy for you to keep at it. Our wish is that you will see crises as an opportunity instead of a threat.


All members of an organisation who want to strengthen their resilience.


Managing People
Managing Yourself

Prof. Dr. Katrin Keller
approx. 2 ½ hours
germany (1)



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Know the differences between individual, team-based and organisational resilience.

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Feel stronger and more relaxed about the future.

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Be able to take concrete steps to improve resilience in your organisation.


We will provide you with knowledge and concrete tools on these topics:

Chapter 01:

Background and definitions

  • Why you should engage with the topic of resilience

  • What does resilience mean?

  • Organisational resilience

  • Individual resilience

  • Resilience in the team

  • Self-assessment: Your resilience profile

Chapter 02:

Crisis and its dynamics and management

  • Crisis dynamics and crisis management

  • View crises as opportunities

Chapter 03:


  • Individual resilience factors

  • Mini-habits and resilience

Chapter 04:

Shaping the future and developing visions

  • Shaping the future positively

Chapter 05:

Strengthening resilience

  • Strengthening resilience on three levels

Chapter 06:

Reflection questions

  • Reflection questions based on seven principles

Chapter 07:

Conclusion and next steps

Stress and excessive demands can have serious consequences - not only for an organisation, but also for one's own emotional, physical and mental health. Resilience is therefore not a luxury, but an essential resource to prevent you from losing your head in the face of challenges and stress. Resilience means quality of life and security: to be able to recover even in difficult circumstances - and to carry on.

Katrin Keller
Prof. Dr. Katrin KellerYour Trainer
Are you interested in this module or other e-learning modules? We would be happy to send you further information and a test account on request.

Phone: +49 228 38 75 80 264