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Our Vision

In May 2015 we launched our ‘Vision 2020’. We believe that our mission, values and vision statements are the fundamental ingredients that bind our business and keep us focused on delivering an excellent service to our clients.

Our Vision

We believe that our mission, values and vision statements are the fundamental ingredients that bind our business and keep us focused on delivering an excellent service to our clients.

News Stories

Want to know the latest news at The Clancy Group? Read through our news stories to find out what we’ve been up to.

Our People

We are a people based business which values and invests in its staff. Our people are the most important asset we have, and our aim is to provide them with ongoing development for the long term benefit of the business – in keeping with every aspect of our Vision 2020.

Careers

Our purpose at Clancy is simple – we make life better for everyone’s growing families. We play a vital role in providing fresh drinking water and power to millions of homes and businesses, as well as energy connections to vital transport infrastructure.

News

Want to know the latest news at Clancy Docwra? Read through our news stories to find out what we’ve been up to.

Clancy Cares

By creating a responsible and profitable business that contributes to a good society our company’s principles, and our commitments to being a sustainable business, have been embedded in our corporate Vision, Mission, Policies and Values.

Our Services

We provide a broad range of expertise and serve multiple sectors ranging from the water sector where we have recently secured a £700M order book, to complex civil engineering projects and large frameworks.

Furthermore, we are a leading provider of multi utility services, rail services, energy and more recently renewables, where we are leading two ground-breaking district heating projects that are shaping the way we recycle and distribute energy.

Our Company

Clancy is one of the largest privately owned construction firms in the UK. With over sixty years’ experience and a workforce of over 2500, we have worked hard to develop a reputation as a well run business that you can trust to deliver value for money, essential services that help keep the UK running.

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Thursday 21 May – Resilience

Resilience means knowing how to cope in spite of setbacks, or barriers, or limited resources. Resilience is a measure of how much you want something and how much you are willing, and able, to overcome obstacles to get it. It has to do with your emotional strength.’

Workshop: ‘Top Tips’

1.30 to 2.30pm

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https://www.constructionindustryhelpline.com/mental-health-awareness-week-2020.html#

 

Healthy Lifestyle e-learning

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https://www.clancyacademy.com

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Resilience 'Top tips'

Find a Sense of Purpose in Your Life

In the face of crisis or tragedy, finding a sense of purpose can play an important role in your recovery. This might mean becoming involved in your community, cultivating your spirituality, or participating in activities that are meaningful to you.

Build Positive Beliefs in Your Abilities

Having confidence in your own ability to cope with the stresses of life can play an important part in resilience. When you hear negative comments in your head, practice immediately replacing them with positive ones, such as, “I can do this,” “I’m a great friend/mother/partner,” or “I’m good at my job”.

Develop a Strong Social Network

It’s important to have people you can confide in. Having to care, supportive people around you act as a protective factor during times of crisis.

While simply talking about a situation with a friend or loved one won’t make your troubles go away, it allows you to share your feelings, get support, receive positive feedback, and come up with possible solutions to your problems.

Embrace Change

Flexibility is an essential part of resilience. By learning how to be more adaptable, you’ll be better equipped to respond when faced with a life crisis.

Resilient people often utilise these events as an opportunity to branch out in new directions. While some people may be crushed by abrupt changes, highly resilient individuals are able to adapt and thrive.

Be Optimistic

Staying optimistic during dark periods can be difficult, but maintaining a hopeful outlook is an important part of resiliency.

Positive thinking does not mean ignoring the problem in order to focus on positive outcomes. It means understanding that setbacks are temporary and that you have the skills and abilities to combat the challenges you face. What you are dealing with may be difficult, but it’s important to remain hopeful and positive about a brighter future.

Nurture Yourself

When you’re stressed, it can be all too easy to neglect your own needs. Losing your appetite, ignoring exercise, and not getting enough sleep are all common reactions to a crisis situation. Focus on building your self-nurturance skills, even when you’re troubled. Make time for activities that you enjoy.

Develop Your Problem-Solving Skills

Research suggests that people who are able to come up with solutions to a problem are better able to cope with problems than those who cannot. Whenever you encounter a new challenge, make a quick list of some of the potential ways you could solve the problem.

Experiment with different strategies and focus on developing a logical way to work through common problems. By practicing your problem solving skills on a regular basis, you will be better prepared to cope when a serious challenge emerges.

 Establish Goals

Crisis situations are daunting. They may even seem insurmountable. Resilient people are able to view these situations in a realistic way and then set reasonable goals to deal with the problem.

When you find yourself becoming overwhelmed by a situation, take a step back to simply assess what is before you. Brainstorm possible solutions, and then break them down into manageable steps.

Take Action to Solve Problems

Simply waiting for a problem to go away on its own only prolongs the crisis. Instead, start working on resolving the issue immediately. While there may not be any fast or simple solution, you can take steps toward making your situation better and less stressful.

Focus on the progress that you have made thus far and planning your next steps, rather than becoming discouraged by the amount of work that still needs to be accomplished.

Keep Working on Your Skills

Resilience may take time to build, so don’t get discouraged if you still struggle to cope with problematic events. Everyone can learn to be resilient and it doesn’t involve any specific set of behaviours or actions. Resilience can vary dramatically from one person to the next.

Focus on practicing these skills, but also remember to build on your existing strengths.