There’s a reason why April is Stress Awareness Month—Americans are stressed out. According to the American Psychological Association, nearly half of all U.S. adults (49%) say that stress has negatively affected their behavior.
While some stress can be positive, negative stress can lead to health impacts: both physical and mental.
Stress also directly correlates to burnout. Although they are different, the two often go hand in hand.
Throughout 2022, business leaders will undoubtedly face similar stressors to what they dealt with in 2021. As leaders continue to navigate complex business decisions, stress will play a large role in the lives of many.
By attending this presentation, participants will learn:
- The correlation between stress and burnout.
- Strategies for leaders to use for managing stress.
- How to mitigate the feelings of burnout.
- The impact on employees if leaders are feeling the effects of burnout.
Linda Saggau, R3c Chief of Staff and Co-founder of Experience Happiness will be the presenter for this webinar. With over 15 years of experience in studying burnout and its effects. Linda will discuss the correlation between stress and burnout and provide strategies that leaders can use in their everyday lives to positively manage stress. In doing so, leaders can effectively decrease their chances of reaching a state of burnout.