According to an Indeed survey in 2021, more than half of employees suffered from burnout. Officially recognised as an occupational phenomenon in 2019 by the World Health Organization, burnout is characterised by symptoms including emotional exhaustion, cynicism, and inefficacy. It has been linked to mental and physical health problems, including but not limited to increased risk of coronary artery disease, depression and anxiety.
In this track, we provide a better understanding of burnout, and we offer multiple, actionable techniques to help alleviate burnout.
- Learn what burnout is, and what’s behind it
- Learn actionable techniques to limit the negative effects of, and even prevent burnout
- Anybody in the workplace who has or is experiencing burnout, whether they suffer from it themselves or have experienced it via friends, reports or colleagues.