How to Avoid and Deal with Burnout

Duration 60 Mins
Level Basic & Intermediate & Advanced
Webinar ID IQW23F0653

  • Know how to create boundaries.
  • Learn the top five factors that contribute to burnout.
  • Active listening and the role it plays.
  • Signs of isolation and how to address each.
  • Communication challenges and how to avoid mistakes.
  • Keeping employees informed and encouraging employee engagement.
  • Addressing feelings of detachment by creating team collaboration.
  • How to be more mindful of employee home distractions and productivity.
  • Flexibility and Setting new expectations.

Overview of the webinar

One of the most significant problems that remote workers may fall victim to is burnout. Managers still own 70% of their employee's engagement, whether they are remote or not. Meaningful conversations still need to continue. Each "challenge" associated with causing burnout in remote work settings has a "fix" associated with it and managers need to be able to listen to employees and work with them as a coach. Since everyone manifests stress differently, this means that managers need to learn to adjust their style to the situation of each affected remote employee.

Who should attend?

  • All Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Team Leaders

Why should you attend?

Although working from home may have offered you a break from the commute, office structure, and your regular daily routine for the past few months, the mental break from work, as well as technology, is equally important. Managers need to be able to recognize the warning signs that isolation brings to their employees. This webinar offers insights on how to best recognize and discuss these issues with your employees

Faculty - Ms.Audrey Halpern

Audrey Halpern has had an exemplary 20+yr training facilitation/learning and development career. She develops custom soft skills employee programs, on-boarding and Trains the Trainer for a variety of industries.

She is an experienced Facilitator, instructional designer, and learning and development/HR and a Faculty member of AMA.


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