Overworked and Overwhelmed? Build Your Burnout Prevention Toolkit
The panel presents tools and strategies for individuals and leaders to better understand and combat burnout by meeting three basic needs: autonomy, mastery, and relatedness
Brought to you by UHA Health Insurance and Hawai‘i Health at Work Alliance, in partnership with Hawaii Employers Council and Hawaii Business Magazine.
Newsflash – burnout isn’t new! The COVID-19 pandemic has been a wakeup call on how we deal with our own wellness and the chronic stressors many of us experience. Whether dealing with changes at work or changes to your child or elder care situations, the demands being placed on us are exceeding the resources available to us. Left unchecked, burnout can wreak havoc on our health, happiness, relationships and job performance. In order to catch burnout and combat it, each of us needs to recognize that we cannot live a full life without a healthy body, mind and spirit.
On the September 29 event, our speakers presented tools and strategies for individuals and leaders to better understand and combat burnout by meeting three basic needs: autonomy, mastery, and relatedness.
Watch the entire discussion here!
Featured keynote speaker, Brad Stulberg explores the principles of health, well-being, and mastery that transcend capabilities and domains supported by scientific evidence. Brad researches, writes, speaks, and coaches on health and human performance. His coaching practice includes working with athletes, entrepreneurs, and executives on their mental skills and overall well-being. He has written for The New York Times, New York Magazine, Wired, Forbes, The Los Angeles Times, Outside Magazine and Sports Illustrated.
Michael Story provides resources that share cues to help recognize signs of burnout, highlight methods to uncover the root cause of its symptoms and establish a successful path forward.
As a busy working mom of two young children, Jessica Morikone shares her personal experiences on preventing and battling burnout. She also recalls the balance of raising children learning at home, a demanding work schedule that requires keeping up-to-date on the latest HR laws, and community volunteer work on initiatives like Safe Spaces and Workplaces.