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Title: What lies behind us and what lies before us are


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Welcome
  • What lies behind us and what lies before us are
  • tiny matters compared to what lies within us.
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Talking Points
  • Resiliency Initiative
  • Definitions
  • People
  • Community
  • Corporations
  • CCSU The Community
  • Resiliency Proposal
  • Mission
  • Structure
  • Function
  • Benefits
  • In Closing

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Definitions
  • The ability to bounce back from stress or
    hardship and return to normalcy.
  • People
  • Communities
  • Corporations

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Resiliency Initiative
  • What is Resiliency?
  • What Resiliency means to CCSU
  • Resiliency Initiative Proposal
  • Benefits of the Proposal

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People
  • When hardship, strikes resilient people
  • Bounce back.
  • Maintain self esteem.
  • Gain insight and are strengthened.
  • Become better equipped for the next challenge.
  • Compelling example Christopher Reeve

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People
  • "I think a hero is an ordinary individual who
    finds the strength to persevere and endure in
    spite of overwhelming obstacles."
  • Christopher Reeve
  • September 25, 1952 - October 10, 2004

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Communities
  • When hardship strikes, resilient communities
  • Develop a sense of unity and purpose.
  • Understand where they are vulnerable.
  • Organize to minimize effects of disasters.
  • Utilize a comprehensive emergency plan.
  • Restore their socio-economic vitality quickly.
  • Compelling example NYC after 9/11

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Corporations
  • When hardship strikes, resilient corporations
  • Understand where they are vulnerable.
  • Prepare for crises.
  • Align organizational values.
  • Prioritize customer safety first.
  • Extend themselves into the community.
  • Compelling example Johnson Johnson after
    Tylenol scare

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CCSU The Community
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Resiliency Proposal
  • Mission
  • Structure
  • Function

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Mission
  • The Resiliency Initiative at Central Connecticut
  • State University will
  • 1. Serve as a central resource for information
    and research related to
  • Comeback Theory
  • Resilience Training
  • Adversity Response

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Mission
  • The Resiliency Initiative at Central Connecticut
  • State University will

2. Coordinate activities and services for the
benefit of individuals and organizations
interested in recovering from setbacks. 3.
Promote scholarly examination of how individuals
and organizations respond to setbacks most
effectively. 4. Provide a platform to help
individuals and organizations overcome adversity
and rebound from the setbacks encountered in our
everyday lives.
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Structure
  • The Initiative will
  • Operate much like other centers at the
    University.
  • Provide management and advisory services to the
    center by a team comprised of
  • A full-time director
  • Part-time support staff
  • A committee of faculty, staff and community
    providers
  • Collaborate with community based organizations
    and other programs to provide complementary
    services.

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Function
  • The Initiative will provide multiple functions in
    the areas of
  • Education
  • Research
  • Service
  • Advocacy
  • Promote the common end of advancing the
    understanding of resiliency and increasing
    resiliency in our society.

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Benefits
  • University
  • Develop educational and personal value to
    students.
  • Generate a positive impact on student
    recruitment.
  • Enhance student resiliency, leading to greater
    academic strength and persistence.
  • Synergy with university schools and various
    departments to develop lectures, seminars,
    programs and internships.
  • Community outreach.
  • National/international recognition.

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Benefits
  • Community
  • Provides educational programs and workshops for
    individuals and organizations.
  • Courses, lectures and conferences.
  • Access to research.
  • Collaboration between the University and
    community non-profit organizations.

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Risks
  • The Resiliency Initiative will go out of
    existence.
  • The State of Connecticut will not have
    initiatives that focus its resources on
    resiliency programs and services for the economic
    and social benefit of its citizens.
  • There will be no centralized provider of
    resiliency programs to support and enhance the
    missions of community organizations.

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In Closing
  • What lies behind us and what lies
  • before us are tiny matters compared
  • to what lies within us.
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson

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