What is resilience and how this term, as a soft skill can be linked to work-oriented skills?
The meaning of resilience is, the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties. In other words, resilience is a person’s capacity to respond to pressure and the demands of daily life. Dictionary definitions include concepts like flexibility suppleness, durability, strength, speed of recovery. When the individuals faced problems with work or personal issues, resilience is how well they can adapt to these events in their life. Also, the key for this characteristic is that resilience is not a passive quality, but an active process.   
The resilience is a personality characteristic, which are basically exists in all the individuals, some of these personalities are more resilient and some of them are less resilient. Building resilience is one of the most important steps to ensure the balance between personal and work life. 
Through training, the trainees will be able to be endowed with the ability to cope well with pressure, adversity and uncertainty rely on developing behaviors, thoughts and actions. More specifically, a resistant person will be able to bounce back more quickly and with less stress than someone whose resilience is less developed. Additionally, some competencies that the trainees will be able to gain through training are: building positive beliefs in their abilities, developing a strong social network, embracing personal change, developing and empowering problem-solving skills, and establishing personal goals.
For summing up, the basic points about the topic of resilience is that:

-Resilience is a personality characteristic

-This characteristic exists in all the personalities

-Some people cope with stressful situations better than others, mainly due to being more resilient. 

-The basis for the beneficiaries is to cope with the difficulties arising in the working or in their personal environments.