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Beating Job Burnout

Author : Beverly A. Potter
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Discusses the symptoms of job burnout and offers techniques for preventing and overcoming burnout through stress management, changing jobs, building social support, and personal empowerment

Beating Job Burnout

Author : Donald Scott
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Beating Job Burnout

Author : Beverly A. Potter
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HBR Guide to Beating Burnout

Author : Harvard Business Review
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Burnout is rampant. Recognize the signs and make the right changes. The always-on workplace and increasing pressures are leading to a high rate of burnout. Unmanaged, chronic work stress doesn't just lead to lower productivity and negative emotions—it can have dire personal and professional consequences. Are you and your team at risk? The HBR Guide to Beating Burnout provides practical tips and advice to help you, your team, and your organization navigate the perils of burnout and rediscover healthy engagement at work. You'll learn how to: Understand the difference between normal stress and burnout Keep your passion for work from leading to burnout Avoid working from home burnout Protect your high performers from burnout Help prevent burnout on your team—even if you're burned out Bounce back and regain your productivity and effectiveness Arm yourself with the advice you need to succeed on the job, with the most trusted brand in business. Packed with how-to essentials from leading experts, the HBR Guides provide smart answers to your most pressing work challenges.

Beating Job Burnout

Author : Beverly A. Potter
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Beating Job Burnout

Author : Paul Stevens
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With today's uncertain work environment, it's a fortunate few who haven't experienced the stress of corporate downsizing, reorganization, turnover rates, and increased demands on employee productivity. With all these pressures in an ordinary workday, burnout is virtually inevitable for anyone not prepared for advanced career survival. Only those who are prepared will beat the burnout and win the career game by learning to play it with passion. With the necessary guidance and insight you can overcome the obstacles in your worklife, identify the stresses, and master the strategies for taking control of your own career satisfaction. Paul Stevens, Australia's "Mr. Career Development, " provides that insight and teaches the techniques for achieving a fulfilling and rewarding career. Through his Centre for Worklife Counseling, Paul has already helped thousands of people get on track for a satisfying worklife within their current jobs or in an entirely new field, in any economic environment or life stage. He can help you, too. Just start by opening this book, and you'll soon be developing your own plan for beating the burnout and finding work you love.

Beating Burnout at Work

Author : Paula Davis
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A first-of-its-kind, science-backed toolkit takes a holistic approach to burnout prevention by helping individuals, teams, and leaders build resilience and thrive at work. Burnout has become one of the most talked about workplace topics, and its impact is far-reaching. The 24/7 pace of work, constant demands, and scant resources can easily put busy professionals on a path to burnout, a cycle that has only accelerated during the COVID-19 pandemic. Burnout affects the health and well-being of the entire organization, yet most attempts to help focus on quick-fix strategies aimed at individuals. Something is missing. In Beating Burnout at Work: Why Teams Hold the Secret to Well-Being and Resilience, Paula Davis, founder of the Stress & Resilience Institute, provides a new framework to help organizations prevent employee burnout. Davis’s research-driven, fast-reading, and actionable book is the first of its kind to explore a new solution to the burnout problem at work: a comprehensive approach focused on building the resilience of teams of all sizes. Davis argues that teams, and their leaders, are uniquely positioned to create the type of cultures that are needed to prevent burnout. In Beating Burnout at Work, Davis shares stories from her work coaching, teaching, and training leaders and teams of all sizes, and she explores: How she navigated her own burnout as a lawyer, and how that led her to study burnout and launch a business with the aim of helping organizations and their employees become more resilient; How teams and leaders can utilize simple, science-backed strategies to create cultures that promote resilience and well-being and reduce burnout; How the Mayo Clinic, one of the most renowned medical centers in the world, has developed a powerful model to reduce burnout in its organization; How organizations dealing with high-stress challenges, including the US Army, work to increase resilience in a systemic way; and How the German company trivago is piloting a new approach to work amid COVID-19 in order to increase team connection and resilience. Solving the burnout puzzle requires a systemic approach. In Beating Burnout at Work, Davis offers an actionable method to help leaders create cultures of well-being and resilience in their organizations.

How You Can Beat Job Burnout

Author : J. Eastman
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HBR Guide to Beating Burnout

Author : Harvard Business Review
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Burnout is rampant. Recognize the signs and make the right changes now. The always-on workplace and increasing social pressures are leading to an unprecedented rate of burnout. Unmanaged, chronic work stress doesn't just lead to lower productivity and negative emotions--it can have dire personal and professional consequences. Are you and your team at risk? The HBR Guide to Beating Burnout provides practical tips and advice to help you and your team navigate the perils of workplace burnout and rediscover healthy engagement at work. You'll learn how to: Recognize the risk factors Unravel the difference between being stressed and being burnt out Recognize the symptoms in yourself and others Understand how passion can lead to burnout Make the changes you need to make, now Return to productivity after burnout leads to apathy Help prevent burnout on your team Arm yourself with the advice you need to succeed on the job, with the most trusted brand in business. Packed with how-to essentials from leading experts, the HBR Guides provide smart answers to your most pressing work challenges.

Beating Job Burnout

Author : Paul Stevens
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With today's uncertain work environment, it's a fortunate few who haven't experienced the stress of corporate downsizing, reorganization, turnover rates, and increased demands on employee productivity. With all these pressures in an ordinary workday, burnout is virtually inevitable for anyone not prepared for advanced career survival. Only those who are prepared will beat the burnout and win the career game by learning to play it with passion. With the necessary guidance and insight you can overcome the obstacles in your worklife, identify the stresses, and master the strategies for taking control of your own career satisfaction. Paul Stevens, Australia's "Mr. Career Development, " provides that insight and teaches the techniques for achieving a fulfilling and rewarding career. Through his Centre for Worklife Counseling, Paul has already helped thousands of people get on track for a satisfying worklife within their current jobs or in an entirely new field, in any economic environment or life stage. He can help you, too. Just start by opening this book, and you'll soon be developing your own plan for beating the burnout and finding work you love.

Overcoming Job Burnout

Author : Beverly A. Potter
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Job burnout is something that doesn't simply go away — especially in a chaotic economy. It is a kind of job depression caused by feelings of powerlessness, the loss of control over one's work. The effect can be devastating. The victim dreads going to work. Productivity falls and life becomes increasingly difficult. Burnout is stressful, but it is not caused by stress. Going on a vacation provides relief until the vacation is over and one must return to the job. Overcoming Job Burnout describes how burnout can take hold and how to turn it around. Dr. Potter offers eight proven strategies for increasing personal power and renewing enthusiasm for working. A combination of inspiration and instruction, this updated, revised edition is filled with practical advice, based on the author's years of experience in this field, that readers can implement immediately to renew that sense of engagement and excitement that makes working worthwhile.

Beating Burnout in Congregations

Author : Lynne M. Baab
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"I can only shake my head in the face of the irony that all too often the very place where we look for life and health, the very place where we expect to nurture and deepen a loving relationship with God, can cause so many to experience the exact opposite." So remarks author Lynne Baab in this timely and discerning examination of burnout in congregations. What is burnout? What causes congregation volunteers to burn out? Why is unpaid service sometimes life giving and other times just another frantic commitment? How can congregations become oases of peace and nurture while still carrying out their mission and ministry? How can we recognize holy moments in the presence of God if we are moving so fast that life passes by us in a blur? How can leaders make congregations healthy places to serve? After reflecting on these important questions and dozens of interviews with congregation volunteers, Baab suggests, "We must not fear burnout; instead, we need to do a better job coming alongside people as they experience burnout, and help them figure out what they are learning."

From Conflict to Cooperation

Author : Potter
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Conflict - when handled effectively - is an opportunity to clarify expectations, build cohesiveness and create a problem solving atmosphere. From Conflict To Cooperation presents effective techniques for resolving disputes - powerful tools for managers, supervisors, coaches, parents, teachers, friends, counselors, neighborhood leaders, police officers and anyone caught in the middle of other people's disputes. Best selling author, Dr. Beverly Potter, shows how effective mediators can bring people together to produce creative solutions. From Conflict To Cooperation is a sensible manual filled with hands-on techniques, illustrations, and realistic scenarios. This book shows how to intervene to control bickering and hostile outbursts while uncovering how each party sees the issues. Using detailed examples, Dr. Beverly Potter demonstrates how to mediate an agreement between disputants which includes an action plan that specifies what will be done, who will do it and when.

Beat Sales Burnout

Author : Stephan Schiffman
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Burnout

Author : Christina Maslach
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This book shows how to recognize, prevent and cure burnout syndrome for nurses, teachers, counselors, doctors, therapists, police, social workers, and anyone else who cares about and for people. Christina Maslach, the leading pioneer in research on burnout, offers help using illustrative examples and first-hand accounts. She points out what causes the feelings of emotional exhaustion, the callous indifference to people's problems, and the sense of inadequacy about one's ability to help and relate to others.

The Encyclopedia of Work Related Illnesses Injuries and Health Issues

Author : Ada P. Kahn
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Presents articles on health in the workplace including injuries, physical and mental illnesses, worker's compensation, and social issues.

The Encyclopedia of Stress and Stress Related Diseases Second Edition

Author : Ada P. Kahn
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Presents information on stresses in the environment, their causes, effects, and possible ways to minimize or eliminate them.

Get Peak Performance Every Day

Author : Beverly Potter
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The author of From Conflict to Cooperation and Preventing Job Burnout presents scientifically proven strategies for encouraging great performance from employees, presenting advice on how to offer non-confrontational constructive criticism and motivation, free of cost. Original.

Person Centered Leadership for Nonprofit Organizations

Author : Jeanne M. Plas
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This book describes an approach to participatory management and leadership that has proven effective for organizations in U.S. and other western countries where people won't permit teambuilding to develop to the exclusion of individuality. The groundbreaking core of the book shows how this participatory management strategy, Person-Centered Leadership for Nonprofit Organizations, can be incorporated with great success into high stress nonprofit organizations. The book describes the leadership philosophy and day-to-day operations of an award-winning social service organization that targets youth and their families while successfully using person-centered strategies as the management model.

Career Planning Development and Management

Author : Jonathan P. West
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Substantial literature has emerged on the subject of career planning, development, and management. Academic research by economists, educators, political scientists, psychologists, and sociologists has made the study of careers in organizations an important interdisciplinary focus in the social sciences. This proliferation of materials has resulted from a growing concern with such career issues as quality of life, job opportunities for minorities and women, economic downturns, career mobility, and the changing success ethic. This annotated bibliography, first published in 1983, seeks to bring together in a single volume significant academic research from various disciplines.