While recognizing what stresses you is insightful, it is not enough information to take corrective action. This approach to building resilience and managing stress is based on reflection, self-assessment, and a practical application of your newly-gained insights in order for you to cope better with the changes and pressures at work. We’ll guide you to build a personalized action plan that promotes well-being, within and beyond your working hours.
Never before have you been exposed to so many changes in your environment and demands on your time. From global and national pressures (climate change, pandemic, social inequality, political and economic uncertainty) to personal stressors (staying healthy, financially solvent, work secure). Workers are reporting unprecedented levels of distress and physical exhaustion. The time to beat burnout is before it beats you.
As your situation worsens, the expenditure of energy required to stay on top of your responsibilities rises. As you move closer to “burnout”, your ability to determine what would be most effective and advantageous to do next falls out of view. This happens because finding time and more energy for new solutions just adds to your distress. By completing inventories of the changes and pressures you are facing, you will target actions that can provide some relief.
Perception is reality - We all have unique coping “filters” that help us to view, digest and respond to the demands of our circumstances. Key elements to building resilience center on recognizing: a) how you view the world; b) your level of influence; c) your response behaviours; and, d) how you draw on resources to manage your situation.
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Bringing you strategies from over 35 years of collective experience working with C-suite executives, business leaders, Olympic athletes, and superstars across every industry on how to perform strategically to ward off the negative effects of life events, cumulative stress, and burnout.
Beating Burnout provides strategies so you can self-assess where to focus in order to build more resiliency. Included are very actionable insights that when applied often result in your Impact Scale score improving; a reflection of your ability to independently gain more control of your coping skills and therefore your life.
Using our workbook, you will build a strategic blueprint on how to address identified stressors, guarantee long-term impact and activate your support networks to get the most out of your Action Plan.
Beating Burnout is a concise 38-page book to help you impact your problem. Choose an accompanying workbook most aligned with your situation: Personal Changes and Pressures or Work Changes and Pressures. Most self-help books only offer greater insight into why there is a problem. Beating Burnout is one of those rare resources that actually supports you to make a difference.