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TWPB: Burnout in a Post Pandemic World
December 14 @ 7:30 am - 9:00 am
Burnout, a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress, was a problem before the pandemic. Now, in the post-pandemic world we live in, burnout is at an all-time high. That’s a problem for individuals and for businesses. The cost to business is low productivity, high turnover, and the loss of the most capable talent. The cost to individuals includes lost wages, decreased motivation and energy, and increased risk of
Recognizing burnout, the causes and consequences and its various stages, is an important first step in preventing and recovering from burnout.
Audience members will learn
● Stages of the burnout cycle
● Causes and consequences of burnout
● Burnout prevention and recovery
Speaker: Laurel Boivin, Founder of Flux+Flow Professional Coaching
Laurel helps high-performing professionals overcome overwhelm and disillusionment by increasing self-awareness and shifting perspective so they can improve performance, increase personal contribution, and experience a greater sense of fulfillment and purpose.
Laurel Boivin has worked in both the public sector and private sector, in legal services, government relations, and the electric utility industry. She has experience in environmental permitting and compliance, regulatory and government affairs, emergency management, community relations, and corporate communications.
She also has experienced and recovered from burnout.
A Reiki master and yoga practitioner, collector of sea glass and antiques, spouse to Ken and mom to Loreal and Jenn, Laurel lives in New Hampshire and summers in Maine.
As a life and leadership coach, Laurel offers 1:1 and group coaching in addition to presentations and workshops on a variety of professional and personal development subjects.