Whether you’re helping to steer your organisation through yet another change or disruption, are trying to juggle multiple responsibilities, or are at the mercy of a never-ending stream of ‘urgent’ priorities, there’s no wonder many of us feel on the brink of burnout.
Despite 2023 being less tumultuous than years past, levels of overwhelm in the workplace remain high – why is that? Employees have continued to give their all, despite the many hurdles and step-changes they’ve navigated in recent times. Without the right skills and support systems in place, even the most resilient of people will run out of steam.
The science tells us that wellbeing skills are absolutely essential for avoiding burnout in our teams. They help to protect individuals, build stronger teams, increase adaptability and ultimately, this helps organisations rise to meet the constant barrage of uncertainties and change.
In this presentation, Dr Denise Quinlan will share the skills that are needed by your people to help avoid feelings of overwhelm, maintain sharp focus, and build collective resilience. She will draw on her years of research to pinpoint exactly how you can future-proof your workforce by putting an emphasis on wellbeing, including:
- Cultivating habits among your people to support their wellbeing
- Developing a compassionate workplace culture that creates psychological safety
- Encouraging ruthless prioritisation to address workloads
- Fostering self-acceptance to help your team own and learn from failures and setbacks