Tuesday, May 17, 2022 (10 am - 1 pm)

AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTE
IN PERSON
Defeating burnout: acting on organizations, not individuals

NH Padova Via Niccolò Tommaseo, 61 - 35131 PADOVA

With the pandemic, Burnout has become one of the major focus points for leaders, aware that underestimating its effects can have deleterious effects on the performance of the organization at all levels.

It is therefore essential to be able to immediately decode the symptoms of burnout in their teams, to intervene before they become insolvent. Interventions, however, in order to be truly effective, must not focus on individuals but on the entire organizational culture. Only in this way can positive change be created and, therefore, more resilient and performing organizations.

In this meeting with Paula Davis, founder of the American Stress & Resilience Institute and author of Beating Burnout at Work: Why Teams Hold the Secret to Well-Being and Resilience, participants will have the opportunity to learn new frameworks with which to help their organizations prevent the burnout of work teams, deepening ideas, reflections and success cases.

During the meeting, the points of attention for the participants will be the following:

  • strategies to create cultures that promote resilience and well-being, reducing burnout
  • examples from organisations dealing with high-stress challenges: like the US army, it works to increase resilience systematically
  • resilience techniques born in a pandemic context to continue to be applied in the future.

Speaker

Paula Davis

CEO, Stress & Resilience Institute

Programme

May 17, 2022
10 am - 11:30 am
11:30 am - 11:45 am
11:45 am - 1 pm

Meeting documents

Nota informativa

AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTE
IN PERSON
Defeating burnout: acting on organizations, not individuals

Nota informativa

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AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTE
IN PERSON
Defeating burnout: acting on organizations, not individuals

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Documents

<cite><small><i>AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTE</i><br></small></cite><data><small>IN PERSON<br></small></data>
Defeating <em>burnout</em>: acting on organizations, not individuals

Defeating Burnout: Strategies for Organizations & Individuals

Paula Davis

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Defeating <em>burnout</em>: acting on organizations, not individuals

Beating Burnout at Work: Why Teams Hold the Secret to Well-Being and Resilience

Paula Davis

Wharton School Press

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Defeating <em>burnout</em>: acting on organizations, not individuals

Is It STRESS or Is It BURNOUT?

Paula Davis

Stress & Resilient Institute

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Defeating <em>burnout</em>: acting on organizations, not individuals

Leading Through Change & Uncertainty: Your Checklist for Team & Organizational Resilience and Agility

Paula Davis

Stress & Resilient Institute

<cite><small><i>AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTE</i><br></small></cite><data><small>IN PERSON<br></small></data>
Defeating <em>burnout</em>: acting on organizations, not individuals

La forza della resilienza. I 12 segreti per essere felici, appagati e calmi

Rick Hanson

Giunti

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Defeating <em>burnout</em>: acting on organizations, not individuals

Stress lavoro-correlato. Traiettorie di rischio, resilienza e contesti

a cura di Elena Acquarini

Franco Angeli

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Defeating <em>burnout</em>: acting on organizations, not individuals

Resisto dunque sono

Pietro Trabucchi

Corbaccio

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Defeating <em>burnout</em>: acting on organizations, not individuals

Burnout in the workplace: A review of data and policy responses in the EU

Christine Aumayr-Pintar, Catherine Cerf, Agnès Parent-Thirion

Eurofound

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Defeating <em>burnout</em>: acting on organizations, not individuals

Your Burnout Is Unique. Your Recovery Will Be, Too.

Yu Tse Heng, Kira Schabram

Harvard Business Review

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Defeating <em>burnout</em>: acting on organizations, not individuals

Is Your Burnout From Too Much Work or Too Little Impact?

Liz Wiseman

Harvard Business Review

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Defeating <em>burnout</em>: acting on organizations, not individuals

What You’re Getting Wrong About Burnout

Liz Fosslien

MIT Sloan

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Defeating <em>burnout</em>: acting on organizations, not individuals

How Hyperflexibility Can Benefit — or Burn Out — Your Team

Zahira Jaser , Thomas Roulet

MIT Sloan

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Defeating <em>burnout</em>: acting on organizations, not individuals

Speaking of Psychology: Why we’re burned out and what to do about it, with Christina Maslach, PhD

Kim Mills

American Psychological Association

<cite><small><i>AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTE</i><br></small></cite><data><small>IN PERSON<br></small></data>
Defeating <em>burnout</em>: acting on organizations, not individuals

Burn-out, mobbing e malattie da stress. Il rischio psico-sociale e lo stress lavoro-correlato

Ferdinando Pellegrino, Giuseppe Esposito

Positive Press