Five Steps to Take to Prevent Employee Burnout
Learn how to identify employee burnout as well as a multi-faceted approach to create a burnout-resistant workforce.
We all may someday find ourselves burning out from too much work, too much stress, or too much negativity. While some stressors are unavoidable, prolonged exposure can cause detachment and pessimism. If the goal is to help others, you have to create the conditions for you and your team to bring your best selves to work so you can burn bright instead of burning out. You can’t give what you don’t have, whether that’s time, energy, or attention. One of the best ways to avoid burnout is to build up your resilience. When stress at work interferes with your ability to perform your job, manage your personal life, or adversely impacts your health, it’s time to take action. This course will help you understand what burnout and stress are, the differences, the causes and consequences, the impact of long-term stress, the four types of stress, how positive thinking can prevent burnout, ways of dealing with burnout, and the consequences of each method.
• You will be able to define stress, resilience, and burnout.
• You will be able to discuss how your mind works and the difference between pressure and stress.
• You will be able to describe all the warning signs of stress and what you can do about each.
• You will be able to identify strategies that enable you to improve your resilience and performance.