By: Tammy Rogers
Burnout is considered the occupational hazard of the 21st century. Yet many organizations still consider it an individual problem. The research however is very clear — burnout is a workplace issue that actually impacts an entire organization. Burnout’s effects can be seen in an organization’s attendance rates, attrition ratios, customer service scores and employee engagement metrics. It impacts an organizations ability to attract and keep talent – and it has a direct impact on an organization’s bottom line.
- Impact of burnout on an organization
- What organizations can do to become burnout resistant
- How leadership effects burnout
- Practical steps that everyone can take to reduce burnout
About the Speaker:
Tammy Rogers is best known for helping leaders experience the kind of “Aha” moments that result in new ways of thinking, new attitudes and new behaviors. (Some might say she gives them meaty ideas to chew on–so to speak.) A certified coach, Tammy has been instrumental in nine business start-ups. She’s held Vice President titles in both Human Resources and Operations—and has had the opportunity to lead more than 200
employees in remote offices from Boston to Los Angeles and Minneapolis to Atlanta. Tammy has written more than 50 internationally distributed training programs. She has worked with best-selling authors like James Autry and Bob Nelson. And she has partnered with hundreds of companies—large and small—to help them improve results through the building of people, processes and procedures.