Resilience has been found to be deeply connected to the social systems that we are part of. While social systems such as communities and schools contain a mixture of positive and negative characteristics, resilience involves finding connections with others who can lift our spirits and strengthen us. The PI asset of collaboration, therefore, plays a central role in supporting the resilience which in turn supports Principled Innovation. In this article, Jill Suttie, a psychologist with UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, highlights the connection between resilience and our social support systems.
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