12 April 2021

Strategies to enhance resilience at work


Teams within a law firm are overloaded with workloads and therefore need strategies to be more resilient

Resilience is one of the factors that every organisation needs to take into account. Resilience helps to overcome difficulties and to plan for the firm's future goals at all times. Resilience helps lawyers cooperate with each other in times of stress.

Here are four strategies to consider in order to be more resilient in the workplace. 

- Interpretation

When faced with a negative event in our work environment, we have the ability to interpret it. The important thing is to interpret each negative event as positively as possible, or to deal with it in a way that does not undermine our morale. It is desirable to be able to visualise the positive aspects of each situation.

- Action

When faced with a negative eventuality, it is important to know oneself, and the personal capabilities of one's co-workers, in order to see what real actions can be taken to improve the situation. 

- Optimism

Motivation is essential to cope with difficulties. Team motivation is the best method for resilience. 

Copyright © The Impact Lawyers. All rights reserved. This information or any part of it may not be copied or disseminated in any way or by any means or downloaded or stored in an electronic database or retrieval system without the express written consent of The Impact Lawyers. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the positions or policies of The Impact Lawyers.

Would you like to read more?

The Impact Lawyers offers a FREE newsletter that keeps you up to date on news and analysis about the international latest legal news.
Please complete the form below and click on subscribe to receive The Impact Lawyers Newsletter subscription

Subscribe for free

The Impact Lawyers Newsletter

  • Practical templates and guides for lawyers and law firms
  • Podcasts, videos and webinars explaining how to be sucessful
  • Tips made by lawyers and other practitioners