Resilience is one of those nebulous concepts that can be difficult to manage within a business setting. It’s seen as a personal thing, something that is within the remit of the individual alone. And while enhanced personal resilience is clearly beneficial to the organization that any given individual works with, it’s not typically the role of the business to help in its foundation. But perhaps it’s time that it should be. Because without employee resilience, businesses are left with relentless churn. Whether through burnout, snap temper-driven resignations, or simple apathy. And at a time when finding and retaining the right talent for your business is no mean feat, that’s a scenario that can’t be left unaddressed.