Fri, Oct 14|
Charlottetown Inn and Conference Centre
Employee Burnout: Root Cause Analysis and Solutions
Time & Location
Oct 14, 2022, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. ADT
Charlottetown Inn and Conference Centre, 238 Grafton Street, Charlottetown, PE C1A 7L5
About the Training
In the ever-changing world of work that we live in, employee burnout has become a broad enough global concern that it was specifically declared as an organizational phenomenon by the World Health Organization in 2019. According to a 2021 survey by Ceridian, 84% of Canadian workers have felt burned out amid the coronavirus pandemic. Not only does this issue lead to detrimental mental, emotional, and physical health issues for the employee, it also has the potential to adversely impact the quality of their work, the work environment, and the overall business as a whole.
Although burnout is generally an organizational issue, there is a prevalent misconception that burnout and professional satisfaction are solely the responsibility of the individual. Many effective interventions are relatively inexpensive, and small investments can have a large impact. This session covers a variety of risk factors that lead to burnout, how to identify burnout in employees, and how to mitigate the circumstances that can lead to burnout.
You may be eligible for financial training supports. Visit:
CBDC Entrepreneurial Training Fund - (90% to a maximum of $2000)
Canada Training Grant ($250 refundable tax grant)
This is a one-day course running from 9:00am-4:00pm (ADT).
Light refreshments provided.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
You will learn to:
- Identify organizational risk factors that can lead to burnout;
- Explore the stress-burnout continuum;
- Learn how to measure burnout ethically and accurately;
- Conduct a thorough root cause analysis to determine the source(s) of burnout;
- Identify practical strategies to improve employee well-being at work.
ABOUT YOUR FACILITATOR
DETRY CARRAGHER, CPHR, SHRM-SCP, CCIP, PHSA
Detry Carragher (she/her) is an award-winning Chartered Professional in Human Resources (Canada), Senior Certified HR Professional (USA), Canadian Certified Inclusion Professional, Certified Workplace Investigator, Certified Psychological Health and Safety Advisor, and Certified in Lean Management. Detry has been providing strategic HR leadership to hundreds of organizations including Indigenous groups, all three levels of government (Federal, Provincial, and Municipal), and profit / not-for-profit groups.
Detry has served as an appointed representative of the Canada Employment Insurance Program Appeals Tribunal, was an active participant in the Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work (CCRW) Business Leaders Roundtable Forum and the Government of Canada Employment Insurance Commission (CEIC) Business Leaders Forum to address current workforce challenges. She is a Founder and Past Chair of the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources of PEI (CPHR PEI) and has served on the National Board of the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources. Since 2004, Detry has trained thousands of professionals across Atlantic Canada on topics related to workforce management.
Her insights have been shared on CBC, CTV, the National HR Reporter, Talent Canada, and other publications. She believes there are multiple forces driving change in today’s workplace and that innovation will be essential for organizations to remain sustainable during this wave of transformation.
Her training is considered relevant, thought-provoking, and practical.
Regular$349.00Tax: +$52.35 HST