From Burnout to Balance
Described as an epidemic of our time, that has only been exacerbated by the pandemic, burnout is a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress. With 76% of employees and 96% of leaders experiencing burnout at some point in their careers, it seems obvious that preventing burnout and looking after our wellbeing should be a business priority for all – but what does that look like?
We are all now living in a frantic fast paced world where the ability to multi-task is a badge of honour. However, an adrenaline powered life can have some downsides and without care, can lead to exhaustion and a sense of losing direction, energy and optimism. Whether you’re thriving in the fast lane now or feeling overwhelmed, our ‘Burnout to Balance’ workshop offers some simple but effective ways of avoiding burnout before it is too late.
In this 60 minute session developed by a renowned positive psychology consultant, you’ll learn about the pioneering research into burnout and sustainable wellbeing, what we can do to prevent burnout and how we can effectively manage it if we start to notice signs. This workshop includes:
- What is burnout? The Science, signs and Lived-experience of Burnout
- Understanding unhelpful thinking patterns
- The power of an ‘off switch off’ (and tips to find one)
- Setting clear boundaries and communicating expectations with others
- Turning positive behaviours into habit so you can maintain wellbeing and optimise performance when under pressure.
How it works:
- Capacity: 50 people or 100 virtually online.
- Length: 60 minutes (Longer sessions are available)
- Requirements: A screen for some slides. If we’re delivering this online, we’ll set up an exclusive, password protected Zoom link.
- Your facilitator: An applied positive psychology coach and consultant.
“A useful, honest and constructive workshop, full of manageable tips for avoiding burnout. The facilitator was really supportive throughout the session and I appreciate how interactive she made it.”
Workshop attendee, Ebury