Managing Stress and Burnout

Jan 9 11:00 am — 12:30 pm

Event Details

How to re-engage your employees and bring the fun back to work! Does your staff feel increased pressure at work because of changing roles, client needs, and external factors that affect job performance? When an employee feels physically and mentally overwhelmed by stress on the job they are at risk of burnout.

Burnout happens when people who have previously been highly committed to a job lose all interest and motivation. It mainly strikes highly committed, passionate, hardworking, and successful people—and it holds a special fear for those who care passionately about their careers and about the work they do. This session explains what burnout is. It then helps you to recognize the warning signs in yourself, shows you how to avoid it, and helps you re-engage your employees at work!

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the causes of stress
  • Identify the type of stress—good or bad
  • Recognize the consequences of stress
  • Recognize the warning signs of burnout
  • Strategies for coping and managing stress

This complimentary training is sponsored by the Workforce Development Board of Solano County and Solano-Napa SBDC for Solano County employers.

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