“Burnout happens to your organization’s best employees — the ones who contribute in meaningful ways to your mission.” —Lindsay Lagreid, Sr. Advisor, Limeade Institute
Only in the past two years did the World Health Organization (WHO) classify workplace burnout as an occupational syndrome. Traditionally, burnout is thought of as chronic workplace stress that has not been managed successfully.
But in the year 2020, burnout horizons broadened as parents became at-home teachers, family members became medical caretakers, workdays stretched well into the evenings, and all of us battled isolation.
While the consequences of burnout for the employee may seem apparent, the ugly truth is that burnout has serious and long-lasting impacts on your organization and business outcomes. All organizations are at risk of losing their best talent and most engaged employees. However, there are steps you can take to protect your valued employees and your organization.
Join Lindsay Lagreid, Limeade Institute Sr. Advisor, as she walks us through the critical new research being unveiled about employee burnout and teaches us that while burnout is a phenomenon that can touch anyone’s life, it is completely preventable, and more importantly, curable.
This webinar covers
What burnout is and how it happens
New insights into burnout in 2020 and 2021
Burnout blind spots and how rituals of recovery are key to the cure
Our favorite takeaways
Burnout is skyrocketing right now and likely to continue
Zoom in to illuminate burnout blind spots
Focus on rituals of recovery, not runaway recovery