This tool measures your resiliency—your ability to bounce back from stressful situations. People who are resilient recover quickly from disruptive change, illness, or misfortune without being overwhelmed or acting in destructive ways.
Reprinted with permission. © Copyright 2005 Practical Psychology Press, adapted from Chapter 2 in "The Resiliency Advantage (Berrett-Koehler)," by Al Siebert, PhD. All rights reserved.
Your score will appear as one of the following:
Improving your resiliency skills does not happen overnight. Resiliency develops through gradual, small changes in your outlook on life and careful self-evaluation. Some people can begin this shift on their own. Others may find a counselor or therapist helpful.