Burnout Training Course
For Employees, Managers & Individuals
Prevent and Combat Workplace Burnout
Remote and In-Person
Burnout is defined as a form of exhaustion, caused by constantly feeling swamped – especially in the workplace. Preventing burnout will improve your employee’s wellbeing and overall productivity.
We explore burnout, its causes and how to prevent and combat it in the workplace.
• Understanding what burnout actually is,
• Identifying and understanding the impact of burnout
• The “Window of Tolerance”
• Recognising the signs and symptoms of burnout
• Tools to prevent burnout
Remote & Nationwide Training Available
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With our lives arguably being the busiest they have ever been and our work being more and more demanding, workplace burnout is becoming more rife. Our constantly connected world means that employees are always switched on and able to work from remote locations. This puts increasing pressure and strain on staff mental health and wellbeing.
What is burnout?
Burnout is defined as having no energy or enthusiasm to work, due to being exhausted from a workload that is too great. Burnout costs UK businesses in excess of £45billion every year due to lost work days, long-term ill health and decreased productivity and efficiency. It is very easy for staff to fall into a trap of overworking themselves to meet tight deadlines and company demands. Unfortunately, just like an overworked engine, staff will eventually suffer catastrophic failure – burnout! Burnout symptoms can be identified as; feeling demotivated, feeling helpless and trapped, detachment, loss of satisfaction and cynical/negative feelings.
How can burnout be avoided?
Burnout can be avoided by taking the necessary preventative measures to ensure employee mental health and wellbeing is look after – even when everything appears fine. Simple steps such as setting boundaries in the workplace, managing time effectively, taking regular breaks and encouraging a life outside of work can all help to prevent and reduce the chances of burnout.
How can we help?
Our burnout training features core topics that are covered, however we always ensure that our courses are bespoke to your organisation and workforce. Our team will have an initial discussion with you to find out the common issues your workforce face – based on this we will implement bespoke techniques and training topics to ensure the training is as relevant as it can be. Our training can be delivered remotely or face-to-face (travel restrictions permitting). Please contact us if you would like more information on how we can assist you.