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How to prevent burnout and stay on top of your mental health

Date: Wed 25 November 2020
Time: 2:00PM - 4:00PM
Where: Online Webinar

How effectively have you been managing your mental health during the Covid-19 pandemic?

If you feel you’ve been struggling to cope with the extra demands and pressures brought on by the unprecedented impact of the virus, you’re not alone. It will come as no surprise that many business leaders have been at greater risk of heightened stress and burnout during this uniquely tumultuous time.

Perhaps you’ve been feeling like you’re less able to make effective decisions. Or maybe you’ve found yourself losing the motivation and drive to push through. Or perhaps you’ve noticed that the impact on your personal health has taken its toll not just on you, but on your employees as well?

The key thing if you notice burnout starting to set in is to not suffer in silence. And take a proactive approach to dealing with stress by finding ways to better manage its impact, so you can overcome the challenges and protect your mental health.

If you want to take better care of your mental health so you can take better care of your business, this webinar is for you.

You should join this webinar if:

You’re a business owner, leader or manager who’s been struggling with their mental health and wants to learn how to prevent burnout and overcome excess stress.

What you’ll take away:

  • How to recognise the symptoms of burnout in yourself and others
  • An understanding of what causes burnout, and how to prevent it
  • How to treat and overcome burnout if you notice it setting in
  • How to stop yourself succumbing to burnout in the future

Who you’ll be hearing from:

Rachael Alexander

Rachael is a mental health psychologist who has spent over 20 years demystifying the complex and challenging world of mental health. Her presentations are delivered in a simple, engaging, down-to-earth style and are always packed with useful insights and learnings to help you manage your own mental health, and that of others. Here are some comments about Rachael’s work from past events:

“Clear and concise presentation”

“Great trainer – a lot of questions answered”

“Very thought-provoking and informative”

“Some great tips and tools to take away which I can implement on return to the office”

**Once you have booked your place you will receive via email a link to the webinar **
**The webinar will be delivered via the ‘GoToWebinar’ video conferencing software**