Emma Matthews, Business Growth Consultant, Writer and Burnout Expert shares her personal experiences of Burnout to increase awareness of the stages and myths and provides tips on how to raise Burnout concerns with your line manager.
In May 2019, the World Health Organization declared employee burnout as a legitimate syndrome linked to chronic workplace stress. Burnout can be the result of prolonged periods of stress and pressure in the workplace, with those suffering experiencing exhaustion, lack of engagement and reduced productivity.
Stress can happen for any number of reasons – it’s normal and natural. But there are ways to make it feel less all-consuming. Here are a few tips you can use to help control your stress levels.
How do you face your fears and turn them into motivation? It's easier than you might think! Dr Mark Winwood explains three simple steps you can do to 'own your fears'.
Get comfortable in a seated position while Richie Norton explains how to use breath work to bring focus and control, helping your mind to be less distracted.
Dr Mark Winwood and Eugene Farrell explore how best to cope, manage and thrive during unsettling periods.Click to watch webinar
Rajkeeran and Georgina discuss the positive impacts that eating well and movement can have on your wellbeing.Click to register & watch
Dr Mark Winwood and Eugene Farrell explore how you can gain perspective, look beyond and be optimistic.Click to register & watch