Leaders, managers, and human resource professionals often regard their self-care as secondary to the support they provide to the people they serve. After a year of navigating the complexities of an ever-changing corporate landscape and balancing the needs of the organization and staff, the workload for these professionals continues to intensify. As a result, these individuals are dealing with higher-than-normal levels of stress, anxiety, worry, and emotional and physical exhaustion.
Wellable invites you to join Jason Horay, faculty at the University of Wisconsin Health and Wellness Management Program, to uncover the issues of work-life balance, burnout, and emotional health. Drawing from extensive academic research and professional insight, Mr. Horay will discuss how you can support yourself and your organization, establish a worksite culture that puts emphasis on well-being, and encourage employees to live with intention and purpose.
This webinar is brought to you in partnership with the University of Wisconsin Health and Wellness Management Program. The Health and Wellness Management bachelor’s, master’s, or certificate programs can provide the credentials you need to start an exciting career in health promotion and workplace wellness or advance in your profession. The newest addition is a Graduate Certificate in Sustainability and Well-being.
What You will learn?
- Recognize major factors influencing work-life balance and burnout
- Understand how COVID-19 disrupted the workplace, dramatically altering how people live, interact, and do business
- Explain relevance of addressing leadership, self-care, self-compassion, emotional disclosure, and gratitude as predictors of burnout