Here writes: Dr. Denis Mourlane

98Dr. Denis Mourlane is a psychotherapist and one of Europe's leading experts in economic resilience.Dr. Denis Mourlane is a former fellow of the Christoph Dornier Foundation, psychologist and psychological psychotherapist. He has been advising international companies on developing their employees and executives for over 10 years. In Germany, he is currently the exclusive provider of resilience training at the University of Pennsylvania in the team of the world-renowned Prof. Dr. Martin Seligman was developed. More information at

  • Resilience and Emotion Control: Generating Positive Feelings

    Controlling our emotions is probably the most important part of the resilience concept. Everyone knows situations in which they, usually unconsciously, control their emotions and the associated impulses. Empathy instead of anger Parents did not sleep all night because their child screamed, and it continues uninterruptedly during the morning. she Read more

  • Resilience Factor Causal Analysis: The Art of Accurate Thinking

    An important factor in resilience is thinking right. Then suddenly unexpected surprises happen. If the cellar door doesn't open ... Perhaps it has happened to you, symbolically or in real terms, that you tried to push a door open and it did not work. They got annoyed about it and started swearing at the stupid door and Read more

  • Resilience factors and success: Achieving goals with impulse control

    Impulse control is an important aspect when it comes to achieving goals. But that is exactly what many people have a problem with. What do successful people do better? Impulses are not always effective You may remember the final of the soccer World Cup, France versus Italy, in Berlin, it was a while ago. Zinédine Zidane is on Read more

  • Resilience and self-efficacy: Yes, We Can!

    The belief in self-efficacy is one of the best studied human traits in psychology. But what does it mean exactly? Well researched psychologically Does the person sitting across from us believe that they have their own destiny in their hands and that through their own behavior they can change themselves and the things around them for the better? if Read more

  • Resilience in politics: Thinking right helps!

    After elections there is always a lot of discussion about guilt, failure and various problems in forming a government. Accurate thinking and resilience are required from our politicians. Optimism is not the solution for all problems “Causal analyzes” are unlikely to be of particular help to those who failed in an election and that is obvious to the external observer. Read more

  • Resilience and Failure in Politics: The Power of Causal Analysis

    Real failure - what managers can learn from politicians was called Best of HR –® in the article by Claudia Hupprich. Well, after every election it has to be shown how resilient and failing politicians really are. How reslient are German politicians really? Resilience describes the ability to deal with pressure and uncertainty, especially the human one Read more

  • Emotional Leading: The 5 basic psychological needs

    There are 5 basic psychological needs that apply to all people around the world and the unsatisfaction of which leads to negative emotional states. What do you really need to be happy? Avoiding negative emotional states It is irrelevant whether it is caused by a one-off traumatic event or a permanent injury, to psychological damage and thus to negative emotional ones Read more

  • Emotional Leading: How Paul Potts moves us

    What do people need to have a happy and contented life. Answer: Your five basic psychological needs must be met. The next idiot on the casting show? A man is standing on a stage. He is fat, his shirt is stretched across his stomach. His teeth are crooked and he is squinting. He looks at the crowd, rather scared Read more

  • Resilience through fun: How carnival makes you successful

    Why are the Rhinelander probably the most resilient people in Germany? They celebrate carnival. A subject that is fun. What is resilience? Resilience is synonymous with psychological resilience and the ability to deal with life's challenges. The term is currently gaining enormous popularity. The ability in and of itself is of course not new and just like Read more

  • Resilient employees win and keep: tips for HR and recruiters

    Resilience is undeniably an important success factor in the future. Why are resilient employees so important for companies? And how can they attract and retain their employees? Resilience as a success factor of the 21st century Change demands from companies and, since companies primarily consist of employees and executives, from them an unprecedented agility, resilience and Read more

  • Resilience as a success factor of the 21. Century: Why companies need resilient employees

    The increasing complexity and dynamism of our world presents many employees and managers with completely new challenges. On this basis, psychological resilience is developing into a core competence of working people in the new millennium that has just begun. Mental illness on the advance The numbers of all major German health insurance companies are alarming. While the people have created all the framework conditions, Read more

  • Resilience: Consistently pursuing and achieving goals

    It is extremely difficult to translate the term “reaching-out” mentioned by Reivich and Shatté in their book “The resilience factor” into German. In any case, the word goal orientation that we use does not fully do it justice. And what is that anyway? Goals lead to success Highly resilient people are particularly characterized by Read more

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