Occupational Burnout is the result of unrelenting psychosocial, emotional and physical pressure that many employees experience in the workplace. Burnout can be characterized as a crises in a person’s relationship with work. According to a recent Gallup study (July 2018), two-thirds of all full-time workers experience occupational burnout at some point in their career, which can lead to long term health issues, increasing job dissatisfaction and eventual career derailment.
Left unattended, burnout erodes an employee’s internal resources interfering with the ability to cope with the external demands of the business. Now more than ever, organizational leaders must not only be able to recognizing workplace risk factors for burnout, but also understand how they might be inadvertently be contributing to the issue.
This workshop offers participants a clear understanding of occupational burnout and the associated impacts into the business.