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Beating Burnout in Three Easy Steps

FREE WEBINAR | 9th August 2022 | 10 AM AEST

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“Your ability to generate power is directly proportional to your ability to relax.”

— David Allen

Burnout negatively affects productivity at both personal and organisational levels. On a personal level, it reduces motivation, problem solving ability, and attention span. At an organisational level, it lowers productivity by reducing employee retention, output, and engagement.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) recently recognised burnout as an occupational phenomenon, defining it as “a syndrome conceptualised as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed”. 

Employees suffering from burnout are likely to do the bare minimum, resulting in organisational goals and objectives taking longer to accomplish, and reducing creativity and innovation, which are two workforce elements that are critical to any company's success.

Without consciously developing and refining a personal management system, the state of burnout will be hard to avoid. 

Identifying and developing strategies to effectively manage the endless stream of emails, chat messages, and requests in the modern workplace, will help to address the “always on” state that leads to burnout.

Join us on Tuesday August 9 at 10am AEST as Crucial Learning Productivity Expert, Justin Hale, shares the three steps to beating burnout in the modern workplace.

In this one-hour free webinar, you will learn:

  • The importance of developing and refining a personal management system
  • Ways to capture and successfully process all your commitments
  • To identify when and how to say no

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LOCATION: Online

DATE: 9th AUG 2022

TIME: 10 am AEST

DURATION: 1 Hour

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Justin Hale

Productivity Expert, and Host of One Productive Minute

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