Forgetfulness/impaired concentration and attention Physical symptoms Loss of appetite Anxiety Depression Anger Signs of Cynicism and Detachment: Loss of enjoyment Pessimism Isolation Detachment Signs of Ineffectiveness and Lack of Accomplishment Feelings of apathy and hopelessness Increased irritability Lack of productivity and poor performance From The Telltale Signs of Burnout...Do You Have Them? By Sherrie Bourg Carter in Psychology Today 2013/11/26
anxiety • clumsiness • confusion • constipation • diarrhoea • difficulty concentrating • feeling disorientated • generally feeling unwell • headaches • indesgestion • irregular periods in women who travel frequently • irritability • lethargy (lack of energy) • lightheadedness • loss of appetite • memory problems • muscle soreness • nausea • sweating Symptoms can last up to six days for some people who've flown across nine or more time zones, particularly in an easterly direction.
emotional, and social consequences that are often overlooked, because being a ‘road warrior’ tends to get glamorized" - Scott Cohen in Why Frequent Business Travel Is So Bad for You, Fast Company, Sept 9th 2015
Leaving a company A breakup or divorce A new boss A diagnosis None of these things are inherently good or bad - so when I don't have the personal context about their situation to make an informed guess, I ask before I react.
you looking for advice on that?" Get personal rather than prescriptive: "I was in a similar situation once…"What Ask open-ended questions: Give them an opportunity to talk it through Keep privilege and diversity in mind: Everyone's situation and solution is different They're in control: Give advice and then move on
talk: ✨ Tiffany Longworth (wrote the title pun) ✨ Andrea Horbinski (advice on advice) ✨ Annalee Flower Horne (advice on advice) Thanks to my many supportive and kind friends who offered to help - except I didn't finish in time to get edits or help - next time!✨ My name is Kara Sowles I work at Puppet in Portland (and I love it there) I'm on twitter as @feynudibranch Thank you Donut.js for hosting this talk! Donut.js in Portland is my favorite meetup and I highly recommend it! shrug