Job Stress, Burnout and Self-Care
What every employee needs to know to stay energized and invested in their work
Staff burnout is a serious threat to medical workplaces both on a staff and institutional level. These seminars are designed to identify the symptoms of burnout and create action plans to infuse a sense of wellbeing and balance for those who feel drained, tired and come to work not giving 100%. The seminars will help staff identify initial stages of burnout, manage stress and develop a self-care routine that goes beyond exercise and nutrition. These workshops are meant to be fun, high energy and highly informative. Participants will leave feeling energized and have the tools to identify burnout before it happens, a renewed sense of joy for their work and tools to remain resilient against future stressors.
How the Employer Will Benefit:
– Increased staff productivity and improved job performance
– Decreased staff turnover and reduced tardiness / sick days
– Positive work environment and healthier workplace attitudes
– Improved patient care and service delivery
Nursing Staff who display chronic signs of stress, tardiness, poor job performance, negative attitude, minimal investment in their work and all new nursing staff.
- Physiology of Stress and the Mind Body Connection
- Stress Management Tools for the Workplace and Personal Life
- Signs and Causes of Burnout
- Why Healthcare Professionals are More Prone to Burnout
- Identifying and Reducing Dangerous Implications of Burnout
- Key Elements in Resiliency
- Self-Care Concepts that Promote a Balanced, Healthy Lifestyle
Seminars can be tailored to meet the needs of your staff / setting.
2 hour workshop (60 participants maximum)
3 hour workshop (60 participants maximum) Includes more in depth discussion on stress and burnout with 5 experiential exercises that each participant will do to further promote their learning and understanding.
Path toward Excellence
6 week intensive course (hour long sessions), (25 participants maximum)
An intensive course for employees who come recommended by their employers for additional support or a renewed investment in their work. Staff who have not shown improvement in areas such as attitude, behavior, overall job performance. Staff must be willing to participate. Each week there is a focus on self-discovery and focus on personal and professional improvement.