Join us for our next Leading to Well-Being Speaker Series event with Jacinta Jiménez, PsyD, BCC, author of The Burnout Fix, a bestselling science-backed resilience toolkit to help professionals succeed and flourish at work and in life.
We all know that excessive stress is a health hazard. But do you know how stress affects business performance? Stress impairs strategic thinking and lowers creative abilities. Since burnout from stress is a growing phenomenon in the workplace, successful leaders will be the ones who develop team cultures that inspire their people to tap into their core resilience capabilities. Dr. Jiménez’s presentation will reveal three key science-backed steps to address burnout and increase resilience in your people.
Dr. Jiménez is a psychologist, board-certified leadership coach, motivation and behavior change specialist, and she has delivered keynote speeches on burnout and resilience for many top organizations. Her work focuses on synthesizing her deep knowledge of human behavior and applying it to the development of technology, innovative coaching programs, and leaders.
NOTE: As part of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Health and Public Safety Workforce Resilience Training Program (HPSWTP) through the GMU College of Health and Human Services, we are collecting data on our healthcare professionals attending this presentation. We encourage you to complete the following survey: https://redcap.gmu.edu/surveys/?s=D9MKNEAEAL
For more information on the Leading to Well-Being Speaker Series, please visit https://wellbeing.gmu.edu/certificate-programs/leading-to-well-being-speaker-series/.
The speaker series is offered at no cost to our Mason community and the public. If you would like to make a donation to the UL Student Emergency Assistance Fund, the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being, or another Mason fund or organization, please use the link: https://advancement.gmu.edu/welss. Thank you.