Burnout and Recovery
- No prerequisites for this course
Burnout is now a legitimate medical diagnosis, according to the International Classification of Diseases, or the ICD-11, the World Health Organization's handbook that guides medical providers in diagnosing diseases.
-Causes of burnout in six areas [workload, perceived lack of control, reward, community, fairness, and values mismatch]
-Burnout assessment [I have uploaded the burnout assessment form. For the time required for the assessment, it should be completed within an hour and please answer the question in truth. Without having to lie to yourself. Because lying to yourself cannot help to solve the problem.]
-Burnout recovery from those causes of burnout
-Building immunity against burnout [enough rest, eat food that is new, fresh, and has all sorts of benefits, exercise, with at least two to three hours of exercise a week, and take more days off in vacation more than you used to]
By the way, if your symptoms are severe and hard to heal by themselves. You should consult and receive expert advice before burnout can lead you to depression.
If you have completed this course and are able to distinguish people you know or people you have noticed that they have run out of power. I would like to introduce him to this course as well, it will be helpful to all parties, be it their workplace or their family.
Who this course is for:
- Workers, Managers, and Executive Managements
- 00:35Course Details
Suppachok believes in better educate in people and has passionate about helping them to broaden knowledge in management and related skills.
He holds a BS in Civil Engineering, a MS in Systems and Network Management, and a PhD in Public Policy and Management.
He carefully builds the courses so that learners can be fully applied in real life. However, depending on the diverse cultures of the business world, learners may continue to adapt and apply them to suit their own environment.