2020 – The Year of Burnout:
What Went Wrong and How to Make It Right
A recent Gallup study found that 76%of employees experience burnout on the job at least sometimes, and 28% say they are burned out “very often” or “always” at work. The burnout backlash of 2020 hasn’t even been evaluated yet, but we can anticipate an unprecedented increase in emotional stressors, especially among our most vulnerable populations.
As a leader, chances are that you have experienced burnout in 2020 and all of the individual, organizational, and cultural forces that have impacted your teams during this transformative year.
This free 60-minute interactive roundtable brings together experts in leadership performance, organizational wellbeing, burnout intervention, and diversity, equity, and inclusion to take a deeper look at workplace burnout and dive into the symptoms, sources, and solutions to alleviate it in 2021.
Using the evidence-based practices of Wholeness at Work, a self-guided coaching program to combat burnout, participants will gain a comprehensive and compassionate understanding of why our work causes us pain, along with a solid plan to form a healthy, sustainable relationship with the things that matter to us most.
Claim your virtual seat now for January 22nd, 2021 at 9 am (12pm ET). Once you register, Zoom webinar details will be emailed to you. If you are interested in the workshop, and this date does not suit your schedule, a recorded version will be available on our social media channels shortly after airing.
The workshop will be co-hosted by Stuart McCalla, Managing Partner, and Erin Rocchio, Partner at Evolution. Roundtable participants include Rachel Fellowes, Yoke Consultancy, Nathan Chappell, DonorSearch, and Carrie Sawyer Inclusion 1st Project.
For more information about the workshop, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
In preparation for this event, we recommend our free 5-minute burnout assessment here. Please watch this video, “Sustainable Leading Vs. High Performance” for more information on how Wholeness At Work can help you today.