A New Way to Work

Success and change without burnout by Dr. Geri Puleo

The Real Costs of Burnout (Webinar Presented by Dr. Geri Puleo)

Too often, burnout is considered to be an individual’s personal problem relating to his or her maladaptive response to stress.  Recent research has shown, however, that organizations considerably influence the degree of stress experienced in their workforces.  What is often not considered, however, are the financial costs that the organization must pay when their workers are burned out.  Unfortunately, there are few tools used to calculate these costs.

Previously I introduced some calculations in my mini-webinar, Why Burnout Matters.  In this 16-minute “mini” webinar, I’ll share some additional calculations to help you determine the real costs of employee burnout in your organization.  Some of these costs are direct, while others are indirect.  Considering the incredible expenses associated with burnout, isn’t it time that your organization steps up to the plate by taking proactive steps to stop burnout in its tracks?

For more information on these calculations, you can review the entire report at http://www.cgsst.com/stock/eng/doc272-806.pdf.

Dr. Geri Puleo, SPHR, is the President and CEO of Change Management Solutions, Inc., an eLearning company focused on techniques to eliminate the 5 workplace stressors that create and sustain burnout:  Job Change, Organizational Change, Work-Life Imbalance, Poor Leadership and Management, and Ineffective Human Resources.  An entrepreneur for over 25 years, author, blogger, career coach, university professor, and researcher, you can see her “in action,” watch her TEDx Talk on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFkI69zJzLI.  To contact Dr. Puleo, please go to www.gapuleo.com

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