Resilience training just for you
Resilience promotes mental health and well-being.
Psychological strength enhances performance.
Reducing life’s stressors improves happiness and life satisfaction.
MEASURE YOUR RESILIENCE
With our Personal Resilience Assessment
Our Functional Resilience Question-AIR (FRQ) identifies areas of strength and opportunities for growth. It measures four key resilience competencies: Perspective, personal effectiveness, emotional intelligence, and interpersonal competence. Our assessment offering summarizes the results of the Question-AIR and includes a 1:1 debrief with a faculty.
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EMPOWER YOURSELF FOR GROWTH
With individualized coaching
Work closely with AIR expert faculty to address challenges in your resilience-building journey. Your mentor will help you navigate the complexities of life as you stretch and strengthen.
We can help you become your best.
You can develop resilience, anytime, anywhere and at your own pace. This intuitive application can be accessed on your computer, tablet, or phone, ensuring resilience stays top of mind at home and at work.
“Viewing our team’s strengths and challenges through a lens of capacities that can be built upon, as opposed to focusing on flaws, has made me hopeful for our future!”
“Meeting was truly fantastic today, they did so much amazing sharing! We had a couple tears but all very supportive and empowering breakthroughs in areas they want to work on. My heart is so full. Thank you so much for this opportunity!
The workplace is craving this type of personal development opportunities for teams.”
Frequently Asked Questions
What is an FRQ? How are the FRQs different?
Our Functional Resilience Question-AIR (FRQ) identifies areas of strength and opportunities for growth. It measures four key resilience competencies: Perspective, personal effectiveness, emotional intelligence, and perspective.
For organizations, there are four relevant FRQs:
The FRQshort, as the name suggests, is a short report for individuals that comes with a 20 minute check-in.
2. FRQir (Personalized interpretative report):
The FRQir is also for individuals, but this report is more detailed (16 pages) and comes with an hour-long check-in to discuss strengths and growth opportunities.
The FRQteam combines individual FRQ scores to create a team profile. This report derives strengths and growth opportunities for the team as a whole.
4. FRQorg (organizations):
The organizational report involves multiple testing periods and an expanded battery of tests, including engagement, civility, burn-out, and other productivity measures..
Is this therapy?
This is not therapy. The exercises and experiential program create opportunities for reflection and deep learning. As emotions and beliefs arrive in the moment we are able to work on them directly. Air Institutes focuses on building on strengths, leveraging growth opportunities and improving your mental fitness!