HD&L Webinar: Well-Being in the Workplace: Best Practices for Managing Burnout and Restoring Balance
Research shows that more than half of working professionals will experience at least some symptoms of burnout in their careers. This presentation will examine empirical and anecdotal evidence of burnout and its impact on professional competence and well-being. The discussion will include an overview of the psychological, behavioral, and physiological symptoms associated with burnout. The presentation will conclude with practical tips and strategies individuals and leadership can employ to safeguard against burnout and restore balance.
• The World Health Organization’s new, expanded definition of burnout (International Classification of Diseases, 11th Revision, 2019)
• The impact of burnout on personal and organizational well-being
• How leaders can effectively manage individual and organizational risk factors to promote well-being
• How positive relationships and a sense of community play a protective role and prevent burnout
About The Presenter:
Ilona Salmons is a Los Angeles-based psychotherapist and leadership consultant. She works with highachieving professionals to address and resolve personal and occupational issues, including chronic stress and burnout. She enjoys helping clients lead balanced, effective, and fulfilling lives. A former HR Manager, Ilona intimately understands the role personal and environmental factors play in contributing to a high-performance work culture. She is passionate about creating workplaces where team members can thrive. Ilona holds a B.A. in Psychology, M.A. in Clinical Psychology and a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership from Pepperdine University, where she focused her research on wellness in highly-demanding workplaces and published her dissertation, Best Practices for Managing Burnout in Attorneys. She is a licenced marriage and family therapist and has a private practice in Los Angeles. She is also a state-qualified professor with the Los Angeles Community College District, where she teaches psychology and professional development
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