Webinar: How to Banish Burnout Cultures
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In 2019, ‘burnout’ was recognised by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as an ‘occupational phenomenon’. Since the start of the pandemic levels of burnout have increased, with 1 in 5 UK employees feeling unable to manage pressure and stress levels at work. It also appears to be affecting people from a younger age with millennials and generation Z reporting the highest levels of burnout.
Join Matt Phelan as he speaks to Kelly Swingler and Victoria Hall, who have both suffered from burnout, to understand:
What is burnout?
What are the most common signs of burnout?
What is the neuroscience behind what causes burnout and is it always work related?
Are there any particular groups more prone to burnout?
What’s the impact of burnout on individuals and organisations?
How can HR and leadership teams spot signs of burnout in their organisation?
What support can organisations put in place to prevent burnout and does it require a cultural change to be effective?