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Resilience training with ARTS

Ensure the work and performance of your team with strategically orientated resilience training! The stresses of the current situation, whether in the home office or in the manufacturing sector, are not always easy for your employees to cope with. Healthy self- and employee management will be a decisive component in the future.

Our colleagues feel the same way, which is why we have developed a system based on various pillars to provide each of our employees with exactly what they currently need. A healthy, physical and satisfied well-being of employees also has an impact on creativity, commitment and identification with your company.

Find out more about how our resilience training can strengthen your team and why it is an investment in your organisation's future.

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Why ARTS Resilience Training?

Implementation of employer branding and personnel marketing measures

Customised adjustment

The unique combination of our resilience training modules means that each course is tailored to your employees. As well as tried and tested methods, we also incorporate practical techniques that can be applied immediately in the workplace.

More than resilience training

Our resilience training programmes combine resilience coaching with personal development and sports physiotherapy. This mix combines proven knowledge with new scientific evidence to deliver a sustainable training effect.

Expert knowledge

Rely on the expertise of our experienced trainers, who not only have in-depth technical knowledge, but also understand the challenges faced by modern organisations. We will guide you on your journey to greater resilience.


How does ARTS resilience training work?

Keynotes & Health Days

Whether you're looking for an entertaining keynote speech or a whole day dedicated to resilience, our experienced speakers, coaches and workshop facilitators will bring their expertise and commitment to your specific topic.

Intensive Workshops

We work with you to develop tailored resilience training courses, whether for one or more days. Our focus is on practical success, because only through easily integrated solutions can you achieve lasting impact.

Modular support

Both our core training and each of our 3 module packages can be developed in a one-week support programme through individual or team coaching sessions. The flexible learning structure allows for the sustainable integration of resilience into everyday working life.

Basic resilience training

In basic training, we focus on resilience as an individual competence that can be learned and trained. Based on personality, theoretical knowledge and contextual experience, it leads to appropriate behaviour in challenging situations. The focus is on the individual definition - what does resilience mean to me, what protective and risk factors already exist in my (working) life and where do I have areas for development.

Resilience Training Module Portfolio

In addition to basic resilience training, we offer a customised combination of modules that we have developed specifically for the modern workplace, taking into account the perspectives of personal development, resilience coaching and sports physiotherapy. 

Each module can, of course, stand on its own. Taken together, however, they provide a holistic approach to our challenging and stressful working environment.

Module 1 "Time to take control"

Self-management & work design - Often individual obstacles to success keep us from really living up to our full potential, so in this pillar we look at self-development that enables self-organization and include successful work design with appropriate stress and time management tools.

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Module 2 "It's on ME"

Mental Stability & Focus - In addition to routines, basic things like inner stability, knowledge of our own needs and perceptions, make it easier for us to return to concentration and focus.  A conscious lifestyle helps us cope with challenging situations or phases. We build the foundation to remain stable in all circumstances.

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Module 3 "A powerful mind and body"

Nutrition & Exercise - We have forgotten to listen to our body. Rest, sleep and exercise in everyday life are important components for our well-being. But these often suffer first, along with nutrition, in stressful phases. Therefore, this part is just as important to us because it helps manage stress and recognize when we are entering the red zone. At the same time, countless myths and untruths exist that prevent us from finding an individual path. Our approach therefore focuses on fundamentals and basics that are crucial in the search for our own implementation path. 

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Resilience training - Our qualifications

Our health experts:

  • Our more than 20 years of experience in HR consultingenables us to understand the relationships between structure, process and people.
  • Daniel Nehring - self-employed sports physiotherapist and personal trainer. He is also the managing director of SPRISE, a workplace health promotion company. He has been involved with exercise and health for over 17 years and with OHM for about 10 years.

Our drive

  • We want to provide an answer to the question of how to design working life in a way that has a positive impact on the health and well-being of employees - without compromising productivity.
  • Sustainable integration of organisational resilience is always a cultural change in leadership and self-management, which we want to facilitate with our coaching experience.
  • Resilience 2.0 is more than just resilience. It serves us as a future competence in our dynamic world through adaptability, which serves as a stability factor to be able to face precisely these uncertainties or sudden changes with strength and at the same time to remain in balance for oneself.


What our participants say 

"The group size of the resilience training was ideal as it often deals with personal issues that can be difficult to discuss in front of a larger group. It was also good that people were told beforehand that they had to be prepared to open up. I think that's important because real personal examples are much better for discussing resilience strategies than generic examples".

ARTS resilience training participant

"I think it's good to have a contact person beyond the resilience training. She also confronted us with difficult issues that the participants have to work on themselves and still get support".

ARTS resilience training participant

"The Resilience trainer responded very well to the questions we asked and was able to adapt the agenda accordingly".

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CASE STUDY: Resilience training for a medium-sized service company

The challenges posed by the current economic situation and the dynamic system were putting increasing strain on colleagues. Advice on healthy sitting, regular breaks and a healthy work-life balance were already part of everyday management communication, so a new approach was needed to ensure sustainable implementation.


Resilience should be incorporated into the existing training catalogue through individual work-related topics.


We designed a customised 12-week offer from the existing modules on the topic of resilience with the customer. In addition to intensive workshops on topics such as regeneration and sleep, as well as basics on light nutrition in the home office, this also included targeted diagnostics for colleagues with recurring pain, e.g. in the back. There were also cross-hierarchy online and face-to-face workshops on topics such as personality, individual stress management, time management and one's own value system. A combination of online workshops, group appointments and individual coaching sessions as well as peer group meetings were used to meet the different demands of everyday working life.


At the end of the cycle, we followed up with voluntary groups who were assigned a coach if needed. The final survey showed a significant improvement (3-5 percentage points) in stress management, general wellbeing and satisfaction.


Frequently asked questions about resilience training  

Does promoting the resilience and health of my employees bring more than it costs?

The average number of sick days taken by an employee has risen slightly to 10.9. What is worrying is the amount of time lost due to illnesses that are based on a psychological cause. In this case, an average of 38.9 working days are accrued as absenteeism and an employee needs three times as many to recover. Consequently, promoting resilience, especially the mental health of employees, is an investment in work and performance rather than an unnecessary cost driver. On the contrary, they actually work to avoid costs (overtime and overloading of colleagues taking over, follow-up costs for a recruitment, training periods, etc.).

What is resilience training?

Resilience training is targeted training to strengthen people's mental resilience. In an ever-changing environment, whether in a personal or professional context, resilience training helps people to deal constructively with stress, strain and unforeseen challenges.

Depending on the provider, resilience training involves a variety of methods, techniques and exercises aimed at improving the ability to self-regulate, adapt and cope with stress. Our approach at ARTS is to combine the perspectives of resilience coaching, personal development and sports physiotherapy. In this way, we combine in-depth expertise with the latest scientific findings and enable you to achieve a long-term and, above all, sustainable training effect.

The general aim of resilience training is to enable people to remain emotionally stable in difficult situations and to adapt flexibly to change. It is often offered in organisations to promote the emotional health and productivity of employees and to create a healthy working environment. The business case for such training is clear. Successful resilience training programmes increase employee satisfaction and loyalty. They are a valuable employer branding tool and make a lasting contribution to securing the long-term future of an organisation.

Why should I promote resilience in my employees?

For many companies, the work done so far in the field of resilience training has turned out to be a success factor and an absolute competitive advantage, as their teams with acting employee were very well prepared to deal with stress. They remain efficient and healthy, even in challenging and stressful situations they do not lose their composure or positive thinking. Absenteeism also remains unchanged or even decreased with the switch to remote work. In employee surveys, we see time and again that employees of companies that have previously promoted training in stress management and self-organization or healthy leadership or work-life balance even report increased satisfaction.
So resilience training not only increases the resilience of your workforce, but of your entire organization. It contributes to the stability of your entire team and reduces absenteeism, which has increased dramatically over the past year due to psychological stress, by teaching your employees how to deal with these challenges in a healthy way.


Are you interested in personalised resilience training?

Are you looking for a new impetus for yourself or your employees and an existing system to strengthen mental health and resilience? Do you want to equip your team with strategies, behaviours and knowledge to help them stay happy and productive in the future? Then talk to us. With us, you will have healthy, motivated and resilient employees.

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