MARCH 18, 20202:00-3:00 p.m.Webcast (FREE for Members)
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Two thirds of American workers are approaching burnout. Furthermore, in May, 2019 the World Health Organization named burnout an official medical diagnosis, explaining it as "a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed."
Learn how to prevent burnout in yourself and others by understanding how to recognize and reframe your reactions to stress cognitively based on the work of Dr. Albert Ellis, who in the 1960's developed a methodology called cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) with Janice Litvin.OBJECTIVES
1. Recognize and identify how you developed your current thought patterns of handling stress
2. Learn powerful strategies for managing stress for life, including:
documenting current stressors and the way you react to them
recognizing how you exaggerate and over-generalize stressful situations
recognizing how you put "should's" upon yourself, why those are detrimental, & how to quickly & easily change them applying a "reality spin" on those stressors
3. Change the stress scripts
4. Demonstrate how to set healthy boundaries so you can exert some control situations that cause you stressPDC: 1Member: FREENon-member: $25Login information is sent 2-3 business days prior to the webcast date.SPEAKER BIO
In her 20 years as a technology recruiter in Silicon Valley, Janice Litvin helped many companies find the best talent at all levels. Now she supports those companies in retaining and engaging their employees with the latest leadership and wellness strategies, and helps ensure those employees show up every day healthy, happy and ready to work.
Janice consults with companies to maximize their employee engagement through research-driven strategies, inspiring audiences to take control of their stress and work-life balance, to prevent burnout. She also speaks about unique nutrition and fitness approaches. She is uniquely qualified based on years of research, as well as her own experiences overcoming her obstacles.
Janice is a Weight Watcher Wellness Coach & AFAA-certified Zumba Fitness Instructor (Athletics & Fitness Assoc. of America). She is a member of WELCOA, Stanford Health Promotion Network, SHRM NorCal, & National Speakers Association.