Burnout at Work - Recognizing and Doing Something About It

  • Room: CC 318-320
Monday,June 06, 2022:1:30 PM -2:30 PM
/ CEU Credits:1


Cathy Ellwood
Ellwood Enterprises


Now recognized by the World Health Organization as a syndrome caused by stress in the workplace, occupational burnout is increasingly gaining attention in the C-Suite due to its impact on retention and profitability. This session explores the drivers of burnout and provides tactics to recognize burnout in the workplace. It will also provide ideas and insights on ways to prevent burnout among individuals and teams.


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1. Learning Objective 1:
Recognize the signs of burnout

2. Learning Objective 2:
Differentiate between burnout in leaders and members of teams

3. Learning Objective 3:
Identify ways to reduce burnout in teams and in oneself

4. Target Audience:

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Problem Solving - speakers pose a problem and lead attendees through exercises to develop solutions

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