29 July 2021
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  • Add to Calendar 2021-07-29 12:30:00 2021-07-29 13:30:00 Europe/London Why burnout affects grafters and slackers and how to stop it Don't forget to book your place on this webinar through the APM website Webinar

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Why burnout affects grafters and slackers and how to stop it

Regarded by the World Health Organisation as a key driver of work-place absence, there's little doubt that burnout is a real and present danger, which poses grave consequences for people and organisations who ignore it. But what is burnout? What are the triggers? And how do you prevent it?

  • Is Burnout the latest wellbeing fad in a world reeling from COVID?
  • Is Burnout a genuine occupational problem, which has long been in existence, but is now properly recognised and getting worse?
  • Are work pressures the main culprit for driving burnout? Or is it more complicated than simply 'work'?

In this session, participants will explore:

  • The four key work-place triggers of burnout and how to tackle them.
  • Why tackling burnout requires a wider focus than simply the work environment.
  • The critical mindset shifts required to handle arduous and long term stress.
  • How elite performers process and respond to set-backs, using T.E.S.T.
  • How to manage long term worries using The Worry Scale, so you remain proactive about tackling your worries, but without getting consumed by them.
  • How to create rhythms and routines which energise in the toughest of times
  • Why burnout affects grafters and slackers and how to stop it:

Andrew Pain

Andrew Pain is a TEDx speaker, productivity coach, blogger and campaigner. He serves people from all walks of life, including, the long term unemployed, ex-offenders, entrepreneurs, students and business leaders, helping them to take control of their time, so they achieve truly epic goals, but without sacrificing their most precious things. Clients to date include; NHS, Compassion UK, RoSPA, Youth Offending Service and a range of schools, colleges and small/mid-sized businesses.

This event is suitable for all levels of experience.

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APM Body of Knowledge 7th edition reference

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Continuing professional development (CPD)


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