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Burnout

WHY? High achievers including professionals, workaholics, students, athletes often set mammoth tasks to achieve their goals. High achievers are generally task oriented and on a quest to succeed to be their best. They strive to complete many tasks throughout the day, where most people would be unsure of how to start or finish this long … Continued

Burnout Vs Compassion Fatigue

Compassion fatigue has similar symptoms to burnout. Compassion fatigue is a preoccupation with absorbing trauma and emotional stresses of others, and this creates a secondary traumatic stress in the helper. Compassion fatigue can be defined as the emotional residue of exposure of working with those suffering from the consequences of traumatic events. The prolonged exposure … Continued

Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

Emotional intelligence (EQ) is taking the ‘time to think’ before reacting. A very critical skill to have in this modern day and age where often we are time poor. Generally, due to our time being in constant demand with numerous emails, telephone calls and meetings requiring immediate attention. Using your self-awareness skills to notice your … Continued

Understanding the Four Areas of EQ

The four emotional intelligence (EQ) skills fall under two primary competencies personal competence (how we manage ourselves) and social competence (how we handle relationships). Self-Awareness the ability to recognise and understand your mood, emotions and drives, as well as their effect on others. Development of this skill is through paying attention to how others influence … Continued

Organisational Workplace Burnout Prevention

The most effective treatment for reducing the risk of stress-related disorders is by implementing and facilitating self-awareness, self-care and self-management education into existing organisational structures. The benefits of a workplace program and ongoing professional development into self-awareness and management increases early identification, promotes active self-care and decreases absenteeism amongst staff and increases staff retention. Mother … Continued

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