Developing Resilience in a Ready Force: Assessments and Intervention
Powley, Edward H
Barrett, Frank J.
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NSTC sought to understand the factors that contribute to resilience and identify ways to instill resilience during new recruit training. Our objective for the study was two-fold: (1) measure resilience and (2) develop interventions to increase resilience. The RTC and NSTC provided access to and significant opportunities for learning about the new recruit experience. The project involved surveys and interventions for several training divisions at RTC between January and July 2015. Using different approaches we were able to develop important ways to promote and instill resilience practices.
Edward H Powley, GSBPP Frank J. Barrett, GSBPP
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