Wednesday, March 18th from 12 - 1 p.m.
Facilitated by Carrie Collier, New Chapter Coaching
Preventing burnout is easier than reversing it. In non-profit organizations, a proactive approach to burnout prevention is essential but it’s more than just hosting an office potluck or a team building session. Burnout prevention is intentional and involves creating a culture where employees can thrive. Attend this webinar to learn strategies that help prevent burnout and promote employee well being in your non-profit organization. Attendees will acquire and practice research-based tactics they can utilize at the individual as well as the organizational level to help prevent burnout. Attendance at Webinar 1: Burnout: The Big, Bad, “B-Word” in Non-Profits is recommended but not required before attending this session.
About the Facilitator: Carrie is a training and development professional with over 15 years of experience in counseling, leadership development, higher education, and business. Carrie has provided counseling and counselor education in a variety of settings. She has extensive experience in managing and developing teams, navigating challenging human resource scenarios, and facilitating difficult conversations. Carrie became interested in helping organizations address burnout as she noticed its increasing prevalence. She has worked with individuals and teams on identifying, addressing, and preventing burnout, using a holistic, strengths-based approach.
These webinars will provide non-profits with information, practices, and inspiration they need to create healthy organizations that achieve and sustain maximum impact into the future. This six-part webinar series will focus on the needs of non-profit Employees, Teams, and Boards of Directors. ALL those who want to contribute to the health of their non-profit organization are encouraged to participate!
Sessions will build on each other and it is recommended that participants sign up for all six, but attendance at all six is not required. Participants may sign up for as few or as many sessions as they would like.
All webinars start at 12 p.m. CST and end by 1 p.m. They will include 45 minutes for the webinar presentation and 10 - 15 minutes for Q&A post-presentation.
A link and information about joining will be sent to participants prior to all webinars.