What you'll learn
- This course would provide steps to overcome and prevent burnout. Students would also learn to recognize burnout in themselves and others.
- There are no prerequisites for this course
Physical and Mental burnout are on the rise. The cause of this is not far-fetched as our every day living and circumstances seem to be responsible for this. This is especially so given the current times in which we live in. As chronic cases rise among all age groups and across the world, it is important to sound the alarm even louder and help people find solutions and practical help. This short course "Overcoming Burnout - Enjoy Your Life" which is for all who make or want to make self-care and sound mental health a priority provides tips on what to look out for as well as how to prevent and overcome burnout.
During the course, participants would learn what it means when they suffer from burnout and how to recognize burnout in themselves and others. They will learn the consequences of burnout, receive tips for basic self-care, strategies to overcome burnout and strategies to help others overcome burnout. Learners would also have an opportunity to assess themselves or others, the results of which would help point them in the direction of appropriate help.
This Mental Health and Well-being course by Bliss @ Work is divided into 4 sections and consists of 7 short videos totaling 39 minutes which are easy to follow and understand. In addition, we provide downloadable material for participants who may wish to share some of the content with their friends and colleagues. Small groups have had good success sharing this information which has helped their teams function at their peak.
Who this course is for:
- Professionals and others experiencing burnout.
As the managing consultant of Learning Solutions Nigeria Limited a successful human capital development and project management firm whose reach spreads across the world and which I founded in February 2006, I help employers of choice care for, support and bring out the best in their employees by providing exciting and tailored learning in-person and on-line to address performance gaps and personal and work related issues which may affect their well-being and job performance. This includes private, public, not-for-profit and corporate organizations including MSMEs.
In the last 25 years, I have provided successful learning, project management and consulting experiences to my clients. My experience includes consulting and participation in large impact programs such as DFID UK's Baseline Study of Private Education in Nigeria and the Ministry of Finance's Voluntary Assets and Income Declaration Scheme (VAIDS), process development, providing human capital consulting, project management and the facilitation and organization of training programs.
A graduate in Instructional Technology from Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, I continue to sharpen my skills through my membership in The Association for Talent Development (ATD) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). I have attended scores of development programs in the United Kingdom, United States and Nigeria.