Civil Servant v.3 – Now Available:
Making an honest living in service of others is an admirable goal. It’s a love of people and a willingness to work with them to build a better world. But it’s not always easy. Many issues, beyond your control, can stand between you and person you hope to serve: language barriers, mental illness, cognitive disability, lack of transportation, faulty computer systems, inadequate budgets and ever-changing bureaucrats. There are more but you understand, right? In an ideal world, these things would not stand in the way. But that’s not where we live and we must be realistic if we are to remain in this role.
Use this deck to relieve your work-related stress by working through the scenarios to practice applying the Skills & Attitudes of resilience. It can be used to train and introduce new employees to the realities of service. Use it at staff meetings to connect/communicate with your peers and problem solve stressful issues.
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Since response to challenges varies from one individual to the next, we will remove the asterisks that indicate suggested Skills & Attitudes from the back of the cards. Its really up to you, your coach and/or teacher to decide which and how to apply the Skills & Attitudes appropriate to each challenge. We hope that this leads you to more in-depth discussion and creative problem- solving.
Southern Maine Resilience Task Force:
Meets today from 4-5:50 p.m. at Hope Gateway Church, 509 Forest Avenue, Portland ME 04101.