Three habits a coach can help clients overcome to avoid and recover from burnout
The number of people caught up in a burnout epidemic characterized by exhaustion and emotional detachment that lowers efficacy and erodes self-esteem has climbed so high that WHO has added burnout to a list of occupational phenomenons. Higher Education is certainly not immune. Mental health and workplace stress levels are climbing for students, academic and professional staff.
Increasingly, internal coaches will encounter clients looking for help to cope with increasing work demands. Effective education on burnout and practical tools and solutions are desperately needed. I invented a tool called the Grid™ that answers this need.Magdalena Bak-Maier in SDF.ac.uk
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