LIVE WORKSHOP: Strategies to Take Control of Burnout at the Office and Thrive

One of the best things that has come out of the pandemic work situation is the widespread (re)consideration of what makes for satisfying work. How do we choose what leads to a thriving life? We’ll explore this conversation in the LIVE “Strategies to Take Control of Burnout at the Office and Thrive” workshop through active exercises and more. If you have been thinking about taking the Enkindle Global eCourse, this is a good introduction to our methodologies. Check out the post on Klatch. #burnoutprevention #thrive #choices #workshopsonline

Find the source of your personal risk(s) for burnout in the office setting and make a plan to take control. Participate in a lively conversation, access knowledge from Enkindle Global a burnout prevention organization, and learn a methodology that sets the stage for a thriving lifestyle. You will be supported with engaged inquiries, activities, worksheets and handouts.

Utilizing current research you will walk through activities that:

  • Identify that stress does not cause burnout, in and of itself, AND name what the problem is actually
  • Identify your key factors that put you at risk for burnout in the workplace and what to do about it
  • Utilize circle work to get at the heart of your personal goals to set as you go forward
  • Design a roadmap with the first next steps

At the end of this workshop you will have a clear image of your current situation and how to move forward. That does not mean it is going to be easy. The first step is understanding the specific risk you face. It is the only way to strategically plan your roadmap.

MARCH 30th

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