Workplace burnout, fatigue and psychological ill health are the most significant issues that organisations and leadership are facing now and over the coming years. This will impact almost every organisation and the consequences for some will be significant.
Many governments and organisations are now addressing the unintended consequences of sustained chaos management coupled with isolation / hybrid working environments which include:
Workforce Capacity Constraints, inability to attract and retain talent, isolation requirements or work related mental ill health
Increase in long term absenteeism, workplace burnout, psychological injury and the emergence of long COVID furthering staff shortages and increasing costs.
Lower levels of team engagement and connection, due to increased requirement to work from home and introduction of hybrid workplace models.
Disproportionate time spent by Executive and Senior Leadership on crisis management leaving little for leading, mentoring and supporting new leadership talent.
Disruption in supply chain driving increased rework, manual workarounds, increased customer complaints and poor employee experience
While many leaders readily identify these challenges as people related risks, few have controls in place to resolve the issues at the pace necessary for the next phase of business growth.
The leading through burnout & fatigue workshop has been designed to address the root causes of fatigue, burnout and psychosocial ill health that leadership and organisations are now facing.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
KEY LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the conclusion participants will have:
A clear understanding of how to identify burnout and psychological overload for themselves and their team
The best wellbeing and resilience practices that counter burnout and fatigue
Improved strategies to strengthen resilience– better bounce back when dealing with difficulties at work
Greater self-awareness enabling improved self-management
Developed an understanding of ways to protect their wellbeing from the stresses of professional life
Have strategies for staying positive when faced with adversity, and strategies for disengaging from destructive and negative interactions in the workplace
A better understanding of how to manage their energy, so that they still have energy to take home to their personal relationships
A model of self-care that can support a professionally satisfying and sustainable work style
Have detailed and comprehensive strategies for building resilience in teams and workplaces