3 Tips for Minimizing Job Burnout
Are you tired, irritable, feel powerless about aspects of your job? If so, you may be headed for burnout. Job burnout is a chronic stress syndrome caused by work and societal stress, as well as personal characteristics. But burnout is preventable and treatable, and can be a catalyst for growth.
– Keep problems in perspective. Don’t fear failure. View mistakes as learning experiences. If you have a setback, identify what went wrong, modify plans and try again.
– Manage time. Keep a daily record and recognize time-wasting habits. Make lists and prioritize. Avoid unnecessary meetings and delegate when possible.
– Restructure job. Clarify roles, responsibilities, goals. Know what’s expected. Explore ways to creatively redesign job to work more effectively.
– Develop support systems. Cultivate meaningful, supportive relationships. Share frustrations with trusted individuals. Consider professional assistance. .
Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life, by Dr. Carole Kanchier, offers many other tips for minimizing burnout as well as practical guidelines for taking charge of your career and life.https://www.amazon.com/Questers-Dare-Change-Your-Life/dp/1508408963
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