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Preventing Burnout And Developing Resiliency Workshop

We'll help you ensure the team has the information and resources needed to own their wellbeing and avoid burnout.

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The World Health Organization considers burnout an 'occupational phenomenon', not a medical condition. They describe it as "a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed". Its symptoms are exhaustion, "increased mental distance from one's job", negative feelings and cynicism related to work, and "reduced professional efficacy". In other words: burnout makes us miserable, hard to work with, unproductive and it impacts the team culture.

Ever since the era of COVID started, wellbeing at work has become a top priority for many organizations. Professionals are finding themselves on the edge (or in the midst) of burnout.

In this workshop, you will...

  • Participate in a self-assessment to understand your burnout risk
  • Use that assessment to identify both triggers and improvements that can be made
  • Map out and make a plan to deal with dysfunctional workplace dynamics that are adding to your stress
  • Learn about the value of clear expectations (objectives, results) as ways to create safety and wellbeing in the workplace
  • Learn how to think about boundary-setting and robust prioritization to help with heavy workloads
  • Explore how both time-blocking and matching your work challenges to your capabilities are key to achieving a state of 'flow'
  • Learn new resilience skills by understanding the secrets of mentally strong people
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Great activities, good pacing and relevant content led to a meaningful output.

Claire F. - Creative Director - Kinship

In addition to offering dedicated workshops and programs for teams, we hold regular sessions that are open to individuals.

If you'd be interested in participating as an individual, let us know...

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Ella Dawson