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   The Resiliency Recipe

Even prior to Covid-19, burnout had been called the occupational hazard of the 21st century.  Why?

      • The pace of work is increasing
      • The amount of information needed to be successful at work is multiplying  
      • Many of us respond to workplace demands – anytime and anywhere

Covid-19 simply added fuel to a fire that was already burning.  If we’re working from home, we are hyperconnected to work.  In isolation, we often don’t have a clear understanding of what “work success” looks like.  And whether or not we’re still getting a paycheck – there is economic uncertainty. 

That’s the bad news.  The good news is that resiliency and tenaciousness can be learned – even during the midst of a pandemic. 

Come and discover the steps you can take – right now – to recover from adversity, bounce back from difficulties, thrive in the midst of chaos and excel, even under the most difficult circumstances.  

   The Impact of Burnout on Organizations -- And What They Can Do About It

A recent survey found that 40% of US workers are burned out.

The myth is that burned out employees are just a bunch of weak individuals who can’t hack it.  That couldn’t be further from the truth.  The employees who are most often getting burned out are top performers. 

And companies, not just workers, are paying the price.  Burnout leads to:

ü  Skyrocketing healthcare costs

ü  Increased turnover

ü  Diminished productivity

ü  Demoralized workforce

During this workshop, executives and leaders will: 

  • Learn how to recognize the signs of employee burnout
  • Realize how burned out employees impact an organization
  • Discover how leadership and the organization’s culture contributes to burnout
  • Identify what organizations can do to create a more resilient culture

   Physicians:  The Cost of Caring

Here’s what the research suggests:   

1.    Physicians' burnout levels are at a critical level
2.    The causes of professional fatigue are the same (bureaucratic tasks, working too many hours and the computerizing of the practice), but the impact is higher.
3.    Burnout is linked to patient bias.
4.    Female physicians are more stressed out than their male counterparts. 

In fact, the latest Mayo Clinic study shows that more than 50% of all US physicians are suffering from at least one symptom of burnout.   In this session, physicians will discover burnout interventions to keep them from ending up on the wrong side of the statistics.      

  • Self-care:  What can you do to prevent burnout?
  • Self-awareness:  What are the warning signs?     
  • Self-management:  What can you do differently?   

   The Impact of Burnout

What is employee burnout and why should we care?

We often think about burnout as an individual issue.  But burnout can actually impact an entire team, organization – or for that matter – industry.  Burnout’s effects can be seen in an organization’s attrition rates, customer service scores and employee engagement metrics.  And believe it or not -- the research tells us that it's our high-performing team members who are most often burned out.  

Come learn:

  • What burnout is
  • How to identify the stages of burnout
  • What you can do to help a colleague or loved one who is burned out
  • What you can do to keep yourself from getting burned out  


Contact Us

Aveea Partners

507 Elm Street, West Des Moines Iowa 50265