Series 2: 1. Resilience in Theory and in Practice

Sep 16, 2020, 12:14 PM

In episode 1, we sit down with Peter McBride, Director of the Cohen Centre for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, to get his perspective on resilience as a concept and what is important for organisations right now. We also speak with Stephanie Manahan, CEO of the Central Remedial Clinic, who lead the CRC through a transformative time and offers her insights into dealing with large-scale change.

The ability to spring back from adversity and recover quickly from difficulties is often termed “resilience”. In this series of The Good Stuff, we examine resilience from the perspective of our sector. What does it mean for organisations and individuals to be resilient during the COVID-19 crisis? How do we develop resilience, and — just as importantly — how do we maintain it when times get tough? 
 
In series 2, episode 1, we sit down with Peter McBride, Director of the Cohen Centre for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, to get his perspective on resilience as a concept and what is important for organisations right now. We also speak with Stephanie Manahan, CEO of the Central Remedial Clinic, who lead the CRC through a transformative time and offers her insights into dealing with large-scale change.