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  • Dr. Dionne KressD.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  • LESSON 1: Definition of Job Burnout; What to look for Behavior changes Physical signs Emotional signs Stress vs. BurnoutLESSON 2: Dealing with Burnout: The three “R’s” Recognize Reverse ResilienceLESSON 3: Job Burnout Prevention Plan Coping with Job Burnout Six Strategies for Success D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  What is meant by job burnout Signs, symptoms, and causes Difference between stress and burnout Coping strategies for you and your employees How to re-motivate yourself and your employees D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  • What we Know•Direct relationship of physical andmental health and success.•Professionalsare faced withcomplex environments, highstress, and decision making.•These factors impede aprofessionals ability maintain abalanced and healthy lifestyle. D.M.Kress, LLC ~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  • LESSON 1
  •  Burnout is a prolonged stress response affecting your Emotional, Mental, and Physical state. Begins with feelings of being overwhelmed and unable to meet constant demands. Lost interest and motivation to continue in your role. D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  • Burnout Stress Characterized by  Characterized by over Disengagement engagement Blunted Emotions  Over reactive emotions Helplessness & Hopelessness  Urgency & Hyperactivity Loss of motivation  Loss of energy  Primary damage is physical Primary damage is emotional  May cause premature death May make life seem not worth living D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  Excessive Work Load Lack of Personal Control Lack of Recognition Role Ambiguity Limited Career Advancement & Opportunities Conflict Poor Leadership D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  Burnout effects your personal and professional life, social life and home environment. Burnout can create long-term changes in your physical body making you more susceptible to colds, flu, and other illnesses. Deal with BURNOUT right away do not let it linger on making you feel worse and worse over time. D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  Are you Bored? Are you Overloaded? Are you Unappreciated? Does dragging yourself out of bed in the morning feel like an act of Hercules? D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  • Physical Emotional BehavioralD.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  Every day is a BAD day. You feel exhausted ALL the time. Caring about work and your personal life feels like a waste of energy. Your day feels full of mind numbing, mundane, tasks. You feel like nothing you do makes a difference and you are not appreciated. D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  Feeling tired and drained Feeling sick, lowered immunity Frequent headaches, back pain, muscles aches Change in appetite and sleep habits D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  Should have….Good eating habits Should have….Good sleeping habits Should get….Healthy amounts of exercise (3-4x per week) Should…Drink lots of water Should use…Recovery Rituals D.M.Kress, LLC ~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  … you see, in life lots of people know what to do but few actively do what they know. Knowing is not enough! You must take action (Anthony Robbins) D.M.Kress, LLC ~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  Feelings of self-doubt and failure Loss of motivation Feeling helpless loss and defeated Detachment; feeling alone in the world Cynical and negative outlook Decreased satisfaction and sense of accomplishment D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  Withdrawing from responsibility Isolating yourself Procrastinating Using food, drugs or alcohol to cope Taking your frustration out on others Missing work, coming in late and leaving early D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  • LESSON 2D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  Recognize Reverse Resilience D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  Work–related causes Lifestyle causes Personality contributions D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  Three Strategies:1. Slow Down: Rest, Reflect, and Heal2. Get Support: Engage with friends and family3. Re-evaluate goals and priorities D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  Actively address the problem Clarify your job description Ask for new duties Take time off D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  • LESSON 3
  • The 4 A’s Avoid the stressor Alter the stressor Adapt to the stressor Accept the stressor D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  Relaxation Rituals Healthy Habits Establish Boundaries Turn off technology Express your creativity Manage Stress D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  Avoid or minimize overtime Allow for casual days, special meals, play music in the office Break up the office routine Dress down day Encourage employees to go outside Have fresh fruit and veggies in the break room. Allow random vacation days Express interest and ask questions D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  • Healthy ways to relax and recharge Go for a walk Spend time in nature Call a good friend Sweat out tension with a good workout Write in your journal Take a drive Savor a warm cup of coffee or tea Play with your pet Work in the park Get a massage Read and inspirational book Watch a comedy or favorite movie D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  • Recovery Rituals for the Mind• Meditation• Deep breathing•Leaving the office•Do something mindless D.M.Kress, LLC ~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  Emotional Recovery Rituals:  Music  Quick walk  Journaling  Relationships  Music and Emotions Exercise D.M.Kress, LLC ~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  IF AVOIDED:  Expenditure of too much energy  Increased frustration  Anxiety  Loss of concentration  More likely to choke under pressure  Life will be not as satisfying and relaxing D.M.Kress, LLC ~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  ASK YOURSELF… Are you doing the things you enjoy everyday? D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  Motivation requires a motive… As a manager or employee we need an appropriate motive to perform at our best! D.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  •  “No such thing as staying the same. If you try to stay the same you loose ground to those who are working on improvement” (Coach Haney, 2010) The mind-set of a great player is that you are either getting better-or getting worse” (Coach Haney, 2010) D.M.Kress, LLC ~ Performance Exceeding Possibility
  • Q&AD.M.Kress, LLC~ Performance Exceeding Possibility