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Managing and Preventing Burnout


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Preventing and Managing Burnout

Tools to successfully overcome stress, pressure, and exhaustion

Feeling overwhelmed, fatigued, and constantly worn out? Juggling multiple responsibilities at work and home? Trying to divide a dearth of time between duties and self-care? Learn how to spot the early signs of burnout, and attain the tools to tackle it when it kicks in. Walk away after this course with boosted morale and a hopeful sense of energized calm.

What you can achieve with this course

  • Gain an awareness and understanding of the early signs and symptoms of burnout – the first step to counteract it.
  • Learn how and why to define and communicate energy-conserving boundaries with colleagues, friends, and family.
  • Negative self-talk can lead to demotivation, and may eventually contribute to burnout. Discover how to practice self-compassion.
  • Never be ashamed of needing help. Reaching out to someone you trust can be daunting, but there are easy ways to do so.
  • Train your brain to focus and acknowledge what is working and going well in the various domains of your life

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Passionate about making the world a better place, TEDx speaker, and positive psychology expert Sha-En Yeo has more than a decade of experience in the education sector, championing the need for well-being in schools. As founder of Happiness Scientists, and an Infijoy course host, Sha-En provides bespoke positive psychology training that improves mental well-being.

Course Plan

Week 1 - Understanding Burnout
What is – and what leads to – burnout? By first learning the signs and symptoms of the affliction, we can be better-prepared to manage and prevent it. This week we’ll look at burnout at its most fundamental, and discuss the importance of self compassion.
Week 2 - How to Manage, Prevent, and Overcome Burnout
An in-depth Week 2 focuses on the importance of support, self-energy conservation, and communicating boundaries. But first we’ll take a look at what is already going well.