Browsing School of Social Work by Subject "Burnout, Psychological"
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2022 TrendsAs we enter 2022, we will continue to see a redefinition of how work gets done and a growing emphasis on delivering a superior employee experience. HR will continue to have a significant influence on helping to chart, champion, and manage important change efforts, as the war for talent intensifies and employees rethink their relationship to work.
I’m Still Standing: Skills to Manage Stress and BurnoutOver the last 18+ months, employees have faced unprecedented challenges resulting in a significant impact on the mental health of many of us. We’ve all felt stress throughout this pandemic, an understandable dynamic that’s showing up inside the workplace as well as outside of the workplace. Many employees are feeling the strain from an increased or fluctuating workload, while continuing to juggle issues around parenting, elder care, ongoing health concerns, social/friend networks and more – a recipe for burnout. In this 30-minute webinar, R3 Continuum’s Vice President of Crisis Response Clinical Services, Jeff Gorter, MSW, LMSW, will offer expert insight and advice to help employees who are dealing with stress and burnout. We’ll examine best practice tips to help understand the impacts of prolonged stress, as well as provide resources that can help to re-engage with resolve and purpose.
Stress and Burnout: Their Differences, Interplay and How to CopeBy attending this presentation, participants will learn: The correlation between stress and burnout; Strategies for leaders to use for managing stress; How to mitigate the feelings of burnout and; The impact on employees if leaders are feeling the effects of burnout.