Burnout: A Growing Workplace Challenge – English Session (Webcast)

Registration for Burnout: A Growing Workplace Challenge – English Session (Webcast)
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In 2019, the World Health Organisation officially classified burnout as a syndrome, conceding that unhealthy workplace cultures are making people sick.  In this presentation, you will learn:

  • Why burnout should be taken seriously,

  • What cultural pre-conditions cause burnout within teams, and 

  • How leaders can minimise these effects by creating workplace environments where people feel supported, appreciated, and connected to each other and the organisation.

Pay Attention | Mitigate Burnout | Enhance Culture

  • Recognise cultural factors within the workplace that cause burnout

  • See why the effects of burnout on individuals and teams throughout your organisation dramatically diminish wellbeing, engagement, and productivity

  • Identify research-informed ways that leaders can mitigate employee burnout to promote healthier, more productive workplace environments

Date:

9 February 2022 (Wed)

Time:

10:00 – 11:00

Language:

English

Fee:

Member – HK$450
Non Member – HK$750
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Webcast:

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Speaker

Meghan Stettler
Recognised amongst HRD magazine’s 2021 Global 100 Voices, Meghan is Director of the O.C. Tanner
Institute, dedicated to decoding and enabling workplace culture success. An award-winning journalist,
Meghan previously served as the lead energy diplomat for the State of Utah, forging partnerships across the
globe. Meghan holds an MA from the University of Southern California.
Date & Time
Wednesday
9 February 2022
10:00 11:00 Asia/Hong_Kong
Organiser

Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management

learning@hkihrm.org