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Resilience

Resilience is the ability to adjust and cope with pressure and still maintains good performance even with the heavy load and administrative stress.  A person who is resilient has the ability to handle difficulties with ease and patience.

Resilience is one of the seven competencies being measured in the EU competition.  This is evaluated same with other exercises in the EU competition via the Assessment Centre.

Resilience refers to the ‘ability to cope under pressure’ and ‘maintain an effective performance under heavy workload’. It can also refer to the ability to handle ‘organisational or administrative stress’.

The most common exams in which this competency is tested is the oral presentation and the structured interview. The most important aspect of resilience in the structured interview is to demonstrate a specific event when stress management or the efficient handling of a frustration can be proven via a specific, unexpected event instead of talking about a prolonged period of heavy workload.

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