Go Recharge: Emotional Wellness
In the past months, entire work forces have seen rapid and radical transformations. Some of us migrated from office settings to makeshift home offices, while other colleagues remained on campus providing essential services to our campus community. With the pandemic, we have had to find a new normal with blurred lines between working from home and living at work. We have had to find new ways to maintain our social connections, tend to our personal obligations, and remain flexible to adapt to our changing work responsibilities. In addition, trying to avoid information overload can be challenging.
It's little wonder, then, that you may find your energy reserves running low, you're feeling lonely and stressed with all of your responsibilities. It's important to recognize that these could be signs of COVID-19 burnout.
Join us for presentations on managing burnout:
Strategies for Managing Compassion Fatigue and Burnout led by EAP Concern
Register (recording available soon on the HR Benefits webpage)
Hal Urban: GoUSF Presentation on his book, "The Power of Good News"
May 18, 11am-12pm
Here are strategies for identifying, preventing, and recovering from burnout