After the intensity of 2020 and continued volatility in our economy and society, many people are naturally feeling exhausted. "Change fatigue" is a real issue for many organisations, affecting both employees' and managers' ability to adapt to further changes and be fully engaged at work.
Left unchecked, stress can escalate to workplace burnout, an “occupational phenomenon” listed in the World Health Organisation’s International Classification of Diseases, characterised by exhaustion, feelings of apathy or negativity towards work, and reduced effectiveness. Prolonged workplace stress not only threatens employee health but also business performance and the economy.
Thankfully, there are lots of things we can do as individuals and managers to identify and minimise workplace stress and fatigue for ourselves and others.
This targeted and evidence-informed webinar will be presented live at 11am AEST on 1 July 2021. Staff attending will gain knowledge and tools through an interactive, social learning experience with a practical playbook and follow-up resources to support them to manage fatigue and avoid burnout.
The Oranges Toolkit webinars have had a major impact on all of our employees who took part. They were interactive, the content was relevant and based on the latest science, plus we had an engaging playbook – all these factors helped to set the webinars apart from any others that we had run. Whilst we were all taking part remotely, the webinars made us feel that we were all together – the positivity, care and support was resonating from our screens!
Samantha Johnson, Executive General Manager (HSEQ), McConnell Dowell Corporation