If you're feeling exhausted, stressed, and overwhelmed, you're not alone. Burnout is a growing problem in our fast-paced world, and it can have serious consequences for our physical, emotional, and mental well-being. But the good news is that burnout is treatable and preventable.
In our upcoming webinar, we'll explore the three areas of identifying, preventing, and recovering from burnout. We'll share practical tips and advice to help you start to recognise and look out for the symptoms of burnout; develop strategies to prevent it from happening and recover if you're already experiencing it.
You'll learn about prioritising self-care, setting boundaries, and building a support network to prevent burnout. We'll also look at strategies for recovery: taking time out, stress-management techniques, and making lifestyle/work changes to help you move back towards balance.
Join us for this informative and empowering webinar to learn how to approach burnout and regain balance in your life. You'll leave with actionable steps to help you find joy, balance, and a renewed sense of energy in both your personal and professional life.
Please note that this session is not CPD-accredited.
- The meeting will take place using Zoom
- We recommend that you use a computer or tablet device to participate in this meeting
1.00PM - 1.45PM
Wellbeing webinar: Burnout to balance – recognise, prevent and recover from burnout
Trevor has been working in personal and professional development training for over nine years, developing and delivering a wide range of workshops, webinars and one to one coaching. He has held various management and leadership positions throughout his career. In addition, he has been involved in recruiting for over 20 years. This gives him an excellent understanding of dynamic working environments and challenges.
Trevor spent several years training as a careers consultant with the University of London and was one of a select group used to deliver professional training in careers and skills and subsequently became a freelancer in this field.
Trevor works with clients such as Health Education England, The British Medical Association, Association of Optometrists, and a number of high-profile HE institutions such as UCL, SOAS and LSHTM. Trevor regularly designs and delivers programmes bespoke to clients and is highly sought after for repeat delivery.