Roundtable   |  May 2, 2019

WASHINGTON, D.C. HR Roundtable: Beating Burnout: From “Fried” to Flourishing

Presenters: SIG University

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Date: May 2, 2019

Location:
Edgeworth Economics
Paul Samuelson Main Conference Room
1111 19th St NW 
Washington, DC 20036


Time:
10:00am - 10:30am Networking 
10:30am - 12:00pm Presentation and Q&A

As HR professionals, we put a great deal of time and energy into our work. We care about what we do and the impact it has, so we pour ourselves into our jobs. Yet, we often forget the importance of investing in and taking care of ourselves, so we can continue to perform at a high level and have a sense of balance between life within and outside of work. The pressure to perform and to be “on” can take a toll on our health and wellbeing and compromise our ability to perform at our best. We ignore our body and the signals it sends us to slow down and recharge, which makes us more prone to illness and even burnout.

What would it look like if we approached our work and life differently? What would life look like if we took a proactive approach to investing in our health and wellbeing and making self-care a priority? We cannot serve from an empty vessel. We must intentionally design our lives instead of letting it happen by default. In this session, we’ll embrace parts of ourselves and our lives that deserve some attention and care and explore the business case and practical strategies for beating burnout at work. Join us for this inspiring and engaging session and feel empowered to design and balance your life.

Learning Objectives 

In this session, attendees will:

  1. Identify the root causes of burnout and its impact on retention, engagement and performance
  2. Discover how to maintain high engagement without burning out in the process
  3. Explore the key role of managers in preventing burnout and strategies they can use to stop burnout before it starts
  4. Learn practical, evidence-based tips for preventing burnout among your employees
  5. Determine your personal “burnout buffers” to boost resiliency and wellbeing and reduce the risk of burnout

 


HR Roundtable | May 2, 2019

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