For an individual or community or system, an increasing body of evidence suggests resilience is more likely when there is:
Awareness: Observe and engage the full context,
Connectedness: Recognize and engage our full range of relationships and dependencies,
Realism: Differentiate between cause and effect, capacity and capability, novelty and continuity.
Agility: Expect change in context and relationships, remain creatively open to change, and actively embrace change.
Flexibility: Expand the “basin of attraction” where and how turbulence can occur without threatening our fundamental identity.
Monday, November 28, 2011
HLSwatch "Resilience: 5 Principles of Good Practice"