Dealing with Burnout and it's side effects
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Dealing with Burnout and it's side effects

How to spot burnout early and deal with it skillfully
5.0 (5 ratings)
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1,349 students enrolled
Created by Janet fouts
Last updated 8/2018
English
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This course includes
  • 36 mins on-demand video
  • 2 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Understand the causes and effects of burnout
  • Learn how to self-evaluate your stress levels
  • Understand how to see burnout coming and stop it in it's tracks
Requirements
  • No special knowledge is required for this course
Description

Burnout is quite common both in the workforce and in our everyday lives. In fact, 1 in 5 highly engaged employees are at risk of burnout. As many as 1 million workers per day miss work because of it.
This course helps to identify if you are experiencing burnout and how to use self-awareness to create a plan to manage your life more effectively, reduce burnout and be happier, more productive and healthier both physically and mentally.



Who this course is for:
  • Are you ready to take action to reduce burnout in your life and work? Then this course is for you.
Course content
Expand 17 lectures 36:05
+ Introduction
17 lectures 36:05

Welcome to this course on workplace burnout

In it we will discuss the common causes and effects of burnout as well as ways to combat it and live more productive and happier lives.

Preview 04:22

Burnout can leave us with a feeling of lurking incompetence, Some call this “imposter syndrome”.

Preview 01:31

How does burnout make us feel? Let's explore some of the common symptoms.

Preview 00:36

Understanding what triggers us to get in the burn zone can be hugely helpful. Once we can see our triggers we can respond to them mindfully.

Preview 01:42

Use the workbook and the questions in this lesson to discover what your triggers are and how they affect you.

Preview 06:13

When we are fully present we can see our triggers and what they do before we let ourselves get carried away. learn how to manage triggers more skillfully.

Being present
05:57

Not all triggers are negative. There are plenty of good triggers in our lives, and when we learn to absorb them we can create happy memories to brighten our days.

Hold onto the good
00:39

Download the worksheet and follow along on the video to get a clearer idea of what is causing burnout.

Exploring our daily activities
03:37

The mental and physical effects of burnout.

Mental and physical effects
00:52

Ask yourself, "Am I experiencing burnout?" Some common identifiers.

Self-inquiry
00:35

When we look at these examples, how many of them ring true?

Self-awareness
00:26

It's prety easy these days to create our own hamster wheel, running, running, running, and getting nowhere!

Busy, busy, busy
01:07

Why do we ignore self-care when we know it's good for us?

Why ignore self-care?
00:39

This breathing exercise is a simple way to calm our body and mind, and reduce the level of burnout.

BREATHE!
01:20

This breathing practice is amazing when we are stressed out and need to simply slow down and settle our heart and mind. Use it whenever you need to just get settled.

4-7-8 breathing
03:35

What does breathing do?

Functions of breathing practice
1 question

It's common these days to regard taking a break as weak. Trust me, it's not. It's essential.

Take a break
00:33

How can we put what we've learned into practice?

Put your practice to use
02:21