Transition to Transformation: Battling Burnout and Building Resilience
November 17 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST
A global pandemic, prolonged remote work and learning, an economy in flux, a tense sociopolitical environment, and increasing mental health challenges as a result of the unpresented situation and associated uncertainty have created an environment that is rife for stress and burnout, ultimately leading to high turnover, lack of productivity and negative health effects. This interactive session will explore the impact of stress and burnout from a practical lens, with an emphasis on effective steps we can take immediately as individuals and organizations to move forward in a positive trajectory. Participants will discover simple strategies to employ in everyday life to manage stress while building resiliency, emphasizing a holistic perspective to cultivating individual and collective well-being.
- Recognize signs of burnout and the health and workplace-related implications of chronic stress
- Discover simple strategies to effectively manage stress and to optimize productivity
- Identify opportunities to build skills and behaviors for enhanced wellbeing
- Model best practices of leadership to cultivate a culture of wellness, prioritizing self-care
- Develop a personalized wellness plan to apply approaches into daily life
Join us to learn more about the online learning opportunities offered by Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) Professional and Continuing Education (PCE) to support one’s journey to enhanced wellbeing as individuals, healthcare providers and leaders.
Note: This informational webinar is not eligible for CEUs at this time.
Beth Romanski is a seasoned higher education professional, currently in the role of Director of Professional and Continuing Education and adjunct faculty member at Maryland University of Integrative Health, a leading academic institution solely dedicated to integrative health programs.
As a certified health coach and professional health educator, Beth understands first-hand the stress of work/life expectations and she takes an educational and empowering approach to facilitate behavior change and positive habits that support wellbeing, with the mindset that “being healthy doesn’t have to be hard.”