Managing burnout

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May 18, 2017
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Managing burnout

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Lindsay Holmwood

May 18, 2017
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  1. Managing burnout Lindsay Holmwood

  2. “I am so angry”

  3. “Why is everything so hard all the time?”

  4. “This is not what I signed up for”

  5. “I can’t do this any more”

  6. https://i.imgur.com/XwHqOIi.gif

  7. The stats behind burnout

  8. $300,000,000,000

  9. Stressful jobs are as bad for women’s health as smoking

    and obesity Journal of Behavioral Science & Policy
  10. What is burnout?

  11. Often treated as the individual’s problem

  12. “Crash and burn”

  13. People can have traits that predispose them to burnout

  14. Burnout is an organisational problem

  15. If it happens to one it can happen to others

  16. Mismatch between organisation and individual

  17. How does burnout manifest?

  18. Lost energy Stressed Overwhelmed Exhausted

  19. Lost enthusiasm Passion replaced by cynicism Everything is a burden

  20. Lost confidence “Is the problem me?”

  21. How do we deal with it?

  22. Grin and bear it

  23. Holiday

  24. Quit

  25. Therapy

  26. Change ourselves

  27. Change the job

  28. Change the relationship between ourselves and the job

  29. Models for understanding burnout

  30. Christina Maslach

  31. Maslach Burnout Inventory

  32. Relationship With Work survey

  33. 6 strategic areas

  34. Workload Too much Too complex Too urgent Too awful

  35. Control Authority Influence Autonomy

  36. Reward Recognition Compensation

  37. Community Relationships with people Relationships with occupation

  38. Fairness Justice in the workplace Secrets Transparency

  39. Values What we believe in the organisation What the org

    believes of us
  40. Steps for managing burnout

  41. 1. Define the problem

  42. 2. Set objectives

  43. 3. Take action

  44. 4. Track progress

  45. 1. My relationship with work survey https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1zDC7wzeNqy5K07CVSfNVneqqhHeTzQGQRKBNkFmR_KA/edit?usp=sharing

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  55. 2 + 3. Read this book

  56. 4. Do the survey every month

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  58. Things to remember

  59. Relationships are complicated

  60. Change takes patience

  61. Change takes optimism

  62. Sometimes it’s not going to work out And that’s OK

  63. Thank you! Further reading: Banishing Burnout, Maslach et. al. My

    relationship with work survey: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1zDC7wzeNqy5K07CVSfNVneqqhHeTzQGQRKBNkFmR_KA/edit?usp=sharing