In this new world of work, the critical driver behind employee success is coping with rapid, and sometimes significant, change: leaner teams, deadlines, and interpersonal conflicts. The employees who thrive in an uncertain environment know how to navigate stress. The great thing about resilience is that it’s a skill that can be learned. But workplace resilience isn’t solely the individual’s responsibility. So rather than taking a top-down approach, it needs to happen within the context of a relationship with some elasticity. So what does this mean for People practitioners? It means that with practice, intention, and support, your employees can overcome and thrive—even with stress in their environment. Learn more about workplace resilience and how you can help your people navigate their employee experience to drive performance and the quality of their work.