Full course description
One-time, online, 60 minute session
In today’s fast-paced, round-the-clock business climate, how do you tackle the demanding work load and remained energized and engaged in your work? How do you take your role, team and organization to the next level without compromising your well-being? The challenge, of course, is finding a way to continue pursuing big goals without experiencing the type of exhaustion that has real costs to personal and professional success. The good news is that burnout is not inevitable and this session will provide a roadmap for ensuring the long-term well-being of yourself and the entire team.
In this session, participants will learn:
- Realistic ways to build resilience, recharge and stay energized—and how to model this effectively for your team
- Concrete strategies for effectively setting boundaries while preserving important relationships with students, team members, colleagues and other constituent groups
- The critical questions to ask when juggling competing priorities
- Why it’s far more effective to pay less attention to time and more attention to timing
This Course is for:
Anyone with supervisory responsibilities.
- Wednesday, Februrary 26th, 1:00pm -2:00pm EST / 10:00am -11:00am PST
About Faun Zarge:
As an employee burnout and resilience specialist with 20+ years of experience, Faun helps organizations build a culture where their employees are pumped to go to work every day.
Known for her high-energy and dynamic programs, clients value her ability to quickly assess the nuances and priorities of their organization and then translate that insight into practical strategies that can be put into practice immediately.
With extensive experience coaching and training employees nationwide, and her in-the-trenches leadership at an independent school, Faun brings an exceptional understanding of personal dynamics and expertise in the critical skills needed to minimize burnout.
Faun’s clients, from Fortune 500 companies to non-profits, love her ability to immediately connect with workshop participants and deliver sessions that have a lasting impact on their teams.
She has been quoted in The New York Times and Fast Company, contributed to the book, “The Five-Minute Mom’s Club,” and has been featured in numerous other media outlets.
Faun holds a B.A. in Psychology, an M.A. in Counseling Psychology, and gains real-world experience daily living in Newton, Massachusetts with her husband and three teenage children.
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