Session A1: Beating Burnout in a Complex and Evolving Workplace Environment by Building Resiliency, Teamwork, and Mental Capacity

Session A1: Beating Burnout in a Complex and Evolving Workplace Environment by Building Resiliency, Teamwork, and Mental Capacity

Time:
10:45 AM

Presented by Michelle Whalen

Professional burnout, often accompanied by physical or emotional exhaustion, produces negative effects on both professional abilities and personal lives. This session will help to create a foundation of understanding regarding burnout to better understand where we are, how we got here, and the long-term impacts of sustained professional stress. In addition to raising understanding, this session will provide a variety of data-driven tools to assist us with dealing with professional burnout and its implications.

Session Learning Objectives:

  1. This session will create a foundation for understanding workplace burnout including the potential impacts on mental fatigue and outcomes and the long-term effects on those coping with it.
  2. This session will establish opportunities to develop and to build burn out mitigation measures into the workplace using evidence-driven interventions.
  3. This session will identify key strategies to assess burnout in a workplace environment and develop opportunities to improve team resiliency.

Audience: Administrators, Faculty, Staff 

Registration

Registrations are closed for this event.