A person’s emotional resilience refers to their psychological ability to cope with or adapt to, pressure, change, and stress. Emotional resilience is not something you either do or do not have, it is a trait you can work on and build. Adversity Quotient (AQ) is a measurement of a person’s resilience. It is a gauge and a measure of how you deal with everything from stress at work to your personal life and the sudden adversities and challenges that we are presented every now and then. The more resilient you are, the more constructively and effectively you can respond to and work through difficulties and perform well under pressure.
Shin Yee, Langdon & Seah
It was a great learning experience and it is not like the typical training as I can see more interaction with the trainer and the rest of the participants.
Makarand Tare, Chief Human Resource Officer, Asia Pacific
Angie is a unique blend of commercial as well as intangible value/benefits. Angie has a good depth of knowledge and understanding of human processes and is focused on holistic contribution balancing business and self- development. Angie practices value based management style and comes up with unique ways of addressing business and human needs . I recommend Angie to anyone who is looking for a REAL coach, trainer or developer.
Very effective training, both on working and personal levels. Angie as a trainer is friendly, fun and listen to what are the problems we face at work. A lot of interaction which pull everyone together like we have been together for years.