How to Avoid Burnout in 2016

December 11, 2015

Analise La-Band, Work Psychology GroupWebinar recording from
December 10, 2016

Speaker:
Analise La-Band,
Work Psychology Group

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Avoid burnout in 2016 by learning how to work smarter, not harder.

Watch the webinar and you will learn:

  • Strategies for dealing with email overload
  • How to develop more productive habits in the workplace
  • How to encourage your team to work smarter, not harder
  • Insights from the Quality of Working Life research, due out Jan 2016

Feeling chronically stressed out, under-challenged, overloaded or worn out? You could be at risk for ‘burning out’: when our work takes a serious toll on our mental, emotional and physical health. But in a fast-paced corporate culture, how can we take control of our own productivity to protect our well-being?

In this webinar, we’ll hear about these issues from Analise La-Band, an occupational psychologist, senior consultant at Work Psychology Group and researcher with the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) on their Quality of Working Life study. She is especially interested in looking at impact changes in the organisational environment on productivity and well-being, and how technology affects the way we work: how do we truly disconnect in a culture that expects us to be constantly switched on?

This session will take us through burnout – what it means, how it’s affecting us and the impact this has on businesses – and will also equip us with tools and tips to apply so the pressure for productivity doesn’t come at the expense of our overall health. Analise will also share research from the Quality of Working Life study, and will use these to inform practical yet effective coping strategies to ensure we stay happy, healthy and productive.  

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