Personal Resilience Strategies to Prevent Burnout

Wellbeing professionals, do you ever feel like your job is a constant sales pitch? That you continually must prove your worth and justify your every movement with a guaranteed ROI?

Healthcare workers, are you always caring for others but never have time to tend to your own needs? Do you feel a lack of control to do your job well? 

Human Resources professionals, are you tired from the constant problem-solving, disgruntled employees and ever-changing regulations?

Wellbeing, healthcare and HR professionals have something in common. They are all susceptible to burnout because they are in the business of helping others. Caring is the number one risk factor for burnout. The more you care, the more likely you are to one day experience burnout – a state of tiredness, loss of interest and frustration which is usually the result of prolonged stress.

Join Working Well and WorkHealthy Hospitals for our next quarterly webinar on July 24 from 2:30-3:30 p.m. EDT as we explore this issue. Our guest speaker Teresa Stephens, PhD, MSN, RN, CNE (wow, that’s a lot of letters!), is an Associate Professor at the Medical University of South Carolina. She is the author of Stephens’ Model of Resilience and the founder of RN P.R.E.P. (Personal Resilience Enhancement Plan). Her resilience work includes the narratives of Holocaust survivors and combat veterans. During the webinar, she will address both personal and team-based resilience strategies to prevent burnout.

Our goal is to help you develop self-care and resiliency skills to enhance your job satisfaction, professional fulfillment and work performance over the long-haul.

To register for this webinar, click here!


Released:
06-05-2019 03:43 (EDT)