burnout prevention

There isn’t a nap or spa day powerful enough to cure burnout. The fact is, by the time you’ve realized you are burned out, it’s already taken its toll on your health, your family and your work. You’re likely to need extended time off from work and possibly medical attention in
order to get back on track. 

Early prevention is the key to defending yourself against burnout. In this seminar, you’ll learn how to identify early signs of burnout and create a plan for work life balance.

What you will be able to do:​

  • Redirect negative interactions
  • Improve your body language
  • Pad hard facts with a bit of fluff
  • Foster collaboration
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Ms. Dukes’ energy was amazing as she engaged them ensuring she rec’d participation from each of them. Ms. Dukes was overall impressive.

Mary Whiting, Associate Director of Youth Development Counseling & Youth Development
Services (CYDS), UCAN

Her wellness coaching techniques and methods has helped us create a culture of excellence that has become part of our youth’s lives and professional staff development for the employees.

Mary Thomas, Director, Ada S. McKinley
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