Marina Varich, MSSES,
Shamil Akhlakov, MSSES.Section website
Resilience in the broadest interpretation is understood as the ability of an individual or group to cope with unexpected life difficulties.
The theory of resilience in its core is based on the work of John Bowlby and the research of Norman Garmezy, who is considered to be the founder of the theory. Now this topic is widely spread in the world. So, in 2014, the center for psychological assistance of the American psychological Association released information materials about the factors of resistance and how to develop and maintain it.
After another psychologist, Ann Masten, popularized the concept, since the 2000s the scientific community has been actively engaged in the study of resistance in individuals, individual organizations/institutions, and society. A feature of the development of the last wave of the theory is a multi-level approach to its measurement, which takes into account not only personal characteristics, which is typical for modern neoliberal society, but also socio-cultural and socio-political contexts.
In our section, we would like to talk about resilience as an attribute of the readiness of society, its institutions, and the individual for the future.
Igor Gurkov – HSE, PhD in economics, professor of General and Strategic Management Department. Zoom. «Two resilience models in organizations»
Marina Pinskaya – associate professor of the Department of Educational Systems and Pedagogical Technologies of the branch of the Federal State Autonomous Institution of Higher Education «Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation» in the town of Odintsovo. Zoom. «Resilient students in resilient schools»
Anastasiya Kachina — MSU, senior researcher Laboratory of Psychology of Labor. Specialization in the field of hardiness and resilience of professionals in organization environment and stress-management technologies. Alla Kuznetsova — MSU, assosiate professor, Laboratory of Psychology of Labor. Live. «Effective selfregulation as a strengthening factor of hardiness resources in the stressful context of new forms and types of occupational activity».
Alexander Makhnach — Ph.D., Deputy Director for Science, Institute of Psychology of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Balakin Mikhail. Counsellor, business trainer, psychologist. Senior lecturer at RANEPA. Live master-class «Principles of longterm goal setting in the context of uncertainty».
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