We recently launched our latest research aimed at uncovering the causes of burnout on college campuses. As we dove into the studies that have been done in this area, we quickly realized that universities are suffering burnout at levels as high, and sometimes higher, than healthcare. Why is burnout so high in universities? Much like … Burnout & Compassion Fatigue in Universities
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There’s plenty of evidence that burnout is on the rise across faculty and staff, but what impact does this have on student success and wellbeing?
If you’ve ever felt or witnessed burnout, it might feel inevitable. But does it have to be?
Most of us will spend one-third of our lives at work, so how can we make it a place where we find happiness?
If you’re like most Americans, you’ve abandoned your New Year’s resolution already. The truth is, you were set up to fail. Find out the better way to approach your goals, and building the life you want.
Last Groundhog’s Day we set out to end the cycle of work, sleep, repeat by brining greater awareness and balance to people’s lives. Our journey has been as challenging as it’s been rewarding but we couldn’t be more thankful for how far we’ve come with the help of some amazing supporters.
It can be all too easy to focus our gratitude on the most positive things in our life. While that’s not wrong (in fact, it’s a great practice), including the low moments in your practice of gratitude can help you learn, grow and build resilience.
Creating cultures focused on the whole person, not just the worker, are key to reducing and preventing burnout. Learn more about what this looks like in the real world.
Thanksgiving is a great time to slow down and really think about what makes us all grateful. Join us for a throwback to our #7DaysOfGratitude campaign and explore all the benefits gratitude can bring.