When one of your employees becomes burnt out, it can be almost impossible to retain them.

And with “The Great Resignation” in full swing, more and more of your top people are becoming burnt out unnecessarily.

But burnout is still on the rise; a recent study from Indeed found over half of professionals experienced burnout this year (up 20% on last year).

That’s why taking steps now to protect your people and support your organisation is crucial.

This will take more than just a wellbeing programme too. You need to involve all of your leaders, tackle company culture and set new norms.

That’s no easy feat. So, to support you in reducing burnout, hear from the experts in this panel session.

You’ll leave with inspiration to help your organisation prevent burnout from the inside out, as you hear insights on topics like:

  • How to avoid overloading your best people
  • Why too much collaboration feeds burnout
  • The impact of “The Great Resignation” and burnout

Attendees were able to ask questions during the session.

This live session is ideal for anyone responsible for workplace wellbeing, including:

  • HR professionals
  • Wellbeing leads
  • Reward and benefits professionals

Resources

Download the following slides, guides and accompanying resources:

Speakers

Simon Blake – CEO, Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England

As Chief Executive of Mental Health First Aid England, Simon has been responsible for setting the organisation’s new strategic vision to improve the mental health of the nation through its mission to train one in ten of the population in mental health skills.

Jenn Barnett – People & Culture Director, Head of Inclusion, Diversity and Wellbeing, Grant Thornton

Jenn leads Inclusion, Diversity and Wellbeing at Grant Thornton UK LLP and is a fellow of the CIPD. Before joining Grant Thornton, Jenn worked across senior people roles at BAE Systems and BAA at Heathrow.

Dr Stephanie Fitzgerald – Senior Business Partner – Mental Health, Rolls-Royce

Dr Stephanie Fitzgerald is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist, keynote speaker and published author. Stephanie’s clinical specialisms are anxiety disorders and trauma, and she has worked as a Health and Wellbeing Consultant to many companies across multiple industries.

Chantal Senya – Project Sapphire (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion) Specialist, MHFA England

Chantal is MHFA England’s Project Sapphire Specialist, and leads and supports MHFA’s commitment to being an anti-racist social enterprise. Chantal works to empower her colleagues to champion an intersectional anti-racist viewpoint, and a collaborative culture of change.