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Anti-burnout: How to Create a Psychologically Safe and High-performance Organisation

INTRODUCTIONWHAT IS BURNOUT?Why understanding burnout is important for youBurnout: the World Health Organization gets involvedThe organisational context of burnout“A state of vital exhaustion”A slow processThe burnout matrixThe person/role/organisation modeltakeawaysReferencesBURNOUT AND MENTAL HEALTHWhat is the difference between normal human emotion and mental illness?How do mental health professionals diagnose mental illness?Establishing a mental well-being baselineDepression at workAnxiety at workWhy stress can be a good thing - good stress and bad stressEntitled organisations and fearful organisationstakeawaysReferencesBURNOUT AND PERSONALITYWhat is personality?The big five model of personalityType A personality and burnouttakeawaysReferencesOVERCOMING OBSTACLES TO TACKLING BURNOUTWhat are the obstacles?How to speak to someone suffering from burnout - in small stepsHow can individuals minimise the risk of burnout?takeawaysReferencesBURNOUT AND HOW WORK IS ORGANISEDJobs, roles and burnout in modern organisationsSystems and subsystems at workThe dominance hierarchyDaily burnout experiencesHow the fledgling NHS tackled burnout in nursing studentstakeawaysNotesReferencesPREVENTING AND MINIMISING THE RISK OF BURNOUT IN OTHERSBurnout and energyThe four types of energyHow you can increase the energy in your team and decrease the risk of burnouttakeawaysReferencesBURNOUT AND REMOTE WORKINGEnhanced productivity - but isolationPersonality, remote working and burnoutHow to get the best from home working and avoid burnoutLeading and managing the remote teamWhat about the leader?takeawaysReferencesORGANISATIONAL CULTURE AND BURNOUTWhat is organisational culture?How does culture contribute to burnout?Daily burnout experiencesHow to change a high-risk burnout culture into an anti-burnout culturetakeawaysReferencesLEADERSHIP AND BURNOUTWhat is leadership?Transactional leadershipTransformational leadershipDestructive leadershipAnti-burnout leadershiptakeawaysReferencesBURNOUT-PROOFING YOURSELF, YOUR STAFF AND YOUR ORGANISATIONAn issue to take seriouslyObstacles to tackling burnoutSigns to watch forWays to minimise the risk of burnout in peopleConsiderations for remote workingAn anti-burnout cultureThe leader’s role in burnout

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