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Burnout or Bounce Back? Building Resilience
An Infopeople Webinar
Start Time: Pacific - 12 Noon, Mountain - 1 PM, Central - 2 PM, Eastern - 3 PM
Presenter: Debra Westwood
We work in times of new roles for libraries, changes in technology, pressure to do more with less, and staff members who want to do it all and yet may lack time or resources. These pressures can contribute to a gradual grinding down, a loss of joy or a fading of enthusiasm and passion. In other words: burnout. Yet some in our field go on for decades, maintaining their energy and focus. How do they keep their freshness and fire? How do they maintain such resilience?
Join change management expert Debra Westwood in this interactive webinar where she will identify the factors that contribute to burnout as well as techniques for avoiding or alleviating those conditions. Attendees will learn skills that can be applied at work and at home, and be able to formulate a plan to put those new tools into action.
At the end of this one-hour webinar, participants will:
- Identify 3-5 factors that contribute to workplace burnout
- Identify 3-5 actions that can build or maintain resilience
- Identify 2 specific actions to support his/her own resilience
The webinar will be of interest to: front-line staff and supervisors in public, academic and school libraries.
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- Reading List: pdf [63kb]
- Personal Resiliency Plan: docx [26kb]
- Models for Resilient Decision Making: pdf [216kb]
- Chat: pdf [67kb]
Keywords: Interpersonal skills, Staff development