Wrestling with Resilience: A Handbook for Developing Resilience and Mental Toughness

Christopher Shen
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How can we be resilient and flexible when facing difficult challenges and adversity in our work, and in our life? How can we develop our resilience and mental toughness to perform under stress and pressure? Wrestling with Resilience: A Handbook for Developing Resilience and Mental Toughness is a handbook that answers these questions.

Written by psychologist Christopher Shen and Associate Professor Simon Moss, Wrestling with Resilience is a straightforward, accessible handbook for developing resilience and mental toughness.

In it, Christopher and Simon develop the readers’ understanding of and ability to perform in a difficult environment in their workplaces and lives, through clear concise explanations supported with practical activities.

Written in a straightforward, accessible style, Wrestling with Resilience is designed to introduce and develop practical skills in controlling stress, developing mental toughness and resilience, maintaining confidence and self-esteem, and performing under pressure. It will also help instil an attitude of initiative, ownership, and self-reliance. 

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About the author

Christopher Shen is a psychologist who has a passion for developing high performance solutions in the workplace. Christopher graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in psychology from Monash University in 1994, and is currently undertaking a PhD in psychology. 

A key motivation of Christopher's corporate work is his passion for elite achievement in sport and personal development. He has represented Australia in freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling, and competed in several mixed martial arts fights. 

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Christopher Shen
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Published on
Dec 21, 2018
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Pages
111
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ISBN
9780734621900
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Language
English
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Genres
Psychology / General
Self-Help / General
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