Resilience is a quality that helps you turn adversity into advantage and threat into opportunity. And the good news is, it's a package of skills and behaviours that you can learn or develop, whatever your age, circumstance or experience. Tough stuff hits us all at regular intervals. It is how you let it affect you and how you deal with it that counts.
Based on extensive new research, and backed-up with real-life case studies of people who display resilient behaviour, the book shows you how to calculate your own resilience levels (your 'RQ'), and how you too can bounce back from bad times. It concludes with a 10-point plan to help you pull all the components of resilience together.
"Packed with practical advice to help you get through tough times." Octavius Black, MD, The Mind Gym
"Some people develop resilience through life; others can learn it with the tools in this clever, insightful and inspiring book. Whatever way you come to it I now realise resilience is an under recognised and powerful quality that has played a large part in my success and life." Mary Portas, from BBC's Mary Queen of Shops
About the Authors
Jane Clarke and Dr John Nicholson
As directors of Nicholson McBride, one of Europe's leading psychology consultancies, Jane and John have over 40 years' combined experience working with people in a variety of difficult and challenging situations, and have come to recognize the critical role resilience plays in personal success.
Nicholson McBride's Resilience Quotient
How Resilient are you?
Find out by completing our free questionnaire - the RQ - and receive a personalised report based on your scores: www.TestYourRQ.com
The RQ has been completed by over 10,000 people, from 500+ organisations.