Learning and development has an opportunity to develop leaders who advocate for their employees and set them up for success.
Is it time to change the way we think about burnout and the way we train medical professionals to prevent burnout? Is it time to rethink resilience training, and to fully recognize that resilience training is only one part of preventing burnout?
While many companies provide employee wellness resources, low usage or access rates due to the stigma surrounding mental health can reduce their effectiveness.
Mindfulness training can help remote employees manage their mental and emotional well-being “before it manages them,” preventing burnout and maximizing productivity and engagement.
Effectively dealing with feelings of overwhelm and overload to reclaim productivity requires a pivotal mindset shift from additive to reductive.
Training medical workers for COVID-19 is integral to ensuring the safety of their patients, their colleagues and themselves.
It is not unusual to walk into a corporate environment and notice the “busyness.” On the surface, everyone is working with steadfast determination to meet objectives even in the presence of unsurmountable demand. But, are they at the cusp of a burnout?