Workplace burnout for professionals - Prevention and recovery
Job burnout is the ‘health epidemic of the 21st Century’. Discover why it is on the rise, how to identify it and what causes it. Explore what can be done by both leaders and individuals to minimise the risk of burnout occurring and help people recover when it has.
The World Health Organisation has referred to stress and burnout as the ‘health epidemic of the 21st Century’. This engaging webinar is led by an accountant who has walked the burnout path herself. It investigates what burnout looks and feels like, where responsibility really lies, how to prevent burnout at both the employer and employee level and stress management and mindfulness strategies to help you thrive more successfully in a demanding work environment.
This is a raw, honest, practical, down to earth webinar with real examples happening right now. This is your turn to hear stories and strategies relating to burnout and working environments to help the profession and you moving forward.
At the conclusion of this webinar, you will be able to:
- Recognise and describe the consequences of burnout
- Practice strategies to prevent burnout and reduce the impact of stress
- Understand strategies that can be implemented in the workplace for healthier outcomes for employees and bottom lines
Job burnout is costly (financially, emotionally, mentally, and physically) for both employers and employees. The benefits of this webinar include understanding of the role played by both the individual and the workplace in contributing to burnout, the personality types that have the highest risk of burnout and what you can do if you are one of them, strategies leaders can use to reduce the risk of burnout in the workplace and tips and tricks that individuals can use to prevent burnout from occurring and to aid in recovery when it has.
Petris Lapis B Com LLB LLM FIPA FFA
Director, Master Results Coach, Master Performance Consultant, Master NLP Practitioner, Master Ericsonian Hypnosis, Mindfulness Practitioner
Petris holds Commerce and Law degrees from the University of Queensland and a Master Of Laws from the Queensland University of Technology. In 2015 she was made an Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Public Accountants for services to the profession.
She has worked in the taxation division of one of the world’s largest accounting firms, in banking, been a University law lecturer (specialising in advanced legal subjects for post-graduate students), an external author for CCH Australia, the director and senior trainer of a tax training organisation (Tax Matters Pty Ltd) and the director and senior trainer of Petris Lapis Pty Ltd. She has consulted to the corporate, government and not for profit sectors and has been an accredited Senior Mindfulness Trainer with the Potential Project. She has nearly 25 years’ experience as a conference and workshop presenter. Her passion, enthusiasm and humour are loved by audiences internationally.
She has been a committee member of several professional bodies and contributed to their education programmes as a presenter, author and advisor. She has published several books and hundreds of papers.
Petris is passionate about helping people live great lives, fulfil their potential, and achieve success.
Topic: People & Leadership
Sub-Topic: Personal Effectiveness
Format: Recorded Webinar
Proficiency Level: All
CPD: Upto 1 hours