Building and Maintaining Career Sustaining Narratives in the Face of Burnout

Building and Maintaining Career Sustaining Narratives in the Face of Burnout
Duration: 60 Minutes
Module 1Module 1
Recorded on: 2024-02-22
Unit 1Presentation Materials: Building and Maintaining Career Sustaining Narratives in the Face of Burnout
Unit 2Transcript: Building and Maintaining Career Sustaining Narratives in the Face of Burnout
Unit 3Workbook: Building and Maintaining Career Sustaining Narratives in the Face of Burnout
Unit 4Recording: Building and Maintaining Career Sustaining Narratives in the Face of Burnout

Several years have passed since COVID-19, and rates of burnout across every single helping profession (legal, education, child welfare, mental health, medical, etc.) come to a single, sobering conclusion:  burnout is ubiquitous and not showing any signs of slowing down.

The evidence-informed practice of CE-CERT (Components for Enhancing Career Engagement and Reducing Trauma) has been implemented across all the previously mentioned disciplines in the US from coast to coast with promising impact.

A core component of this model, Conscious Narrative, will be taken and applied to this problem.  Specifically, the presenter will give examples not only from staff across multiple disciplines as to how they went from “career-defeating” narratives to “career-sustaining” narratives, but he will also give the personal application he implemented at the height of the pandemic and into the present.

 

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Audience Comments

  • “This is one of the best, if not the best, seminars I have taken. The instructor’s firsthand experience was so beneficial to hear. I also enjoyed the fact that they were able to use humor to get their point across.”
  • “One of the best webinars I’ve attended! There was lots of relatability and great knowledge!”
  • “The Jimmy Stewart exercise was powerful and impactful. Though it was all really thought-provoking.”
  • “GREAT webinar – introduced many new resources to me that I will add to my toolbox!”
  • “The webinar was very specific in ways to decrease burnout, and how to rejuvenate oneself.
  • Excellent presenter! Very engaging and knowledgeable!”
  • “Dr. Michael, you kept me engaged and opened my mind to the narrative I tell myself. This training came at the exact right moment as I am really struggling with negative self-talk in the narrative I tell myself. THANK YOU! You are an exceptional teacher, keep up the good work!!”
  • “Dr. Gomez is fantastic. Thank you for having him on.”
  • “I loved this webinar, the trainer was very attentive and did a great job!”
  • “I really enjoyed this presentation. Very insightful information. Engaging presenter.”
  • “Great presentation. Thank you for being vulnerable and sharing your stories.”

 

 


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