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Slides - Burnout Is Real: How Leaders Can Spot It – And Take Action
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Employee burnout is at historic levels. This physical or emotional exhaustion poses serious potential risks to our workplace: high turnover, increase of accidents on the job, workplace conflict, and exacerbation of mental health struggles. As leaders, we need to first understand our role in workplace stress that leads to burnout and take action to both prevent and respond to employees that are reaching their breaking point.
The solutions may not be easy and real change has to start within your management team. Join us to learn about the 5 main stages to employee burnout, how to talk to your employees at any stage along this spectrum, and some real-life tips for shifting your employee culture.
Lynn Bursell, Ed.D., Ed. S., LCMHC, Senior EAP Counselor
Dr. Lynn Bursell is a licensed mental health counselor with almost 30 years of experience providing employee assistance and counseling services. She is trained in solution-focused counseling, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, career development, disability, and motivational interviewing and is American Sign Language proficient. Lynn is deeply committed to her Vermont employers and employees and is highly skilled in providing clinical expertise and warm, client-centered guidance.
Genevieve Habeck, Director of Education and Business Development for Invest EAP
Gen has extensive experience in member relations and communication, holds a B.A. in English and professional certificate in marketing (both from UVM), and is also the SHRM Vermont Director of Workforce Readiness. Her areas of expertise include collaborating with brokers and consultants, workplace culture, recovery-friendly workplaces, and best practices for work/life balance. She has conducted workshops and trainings at several major regional events, including Department of Health Conferences, the SHRM conference, VTHRA and GMHRA workshops, and many others.