Extinguish Burnout to Ignite Engagement
No one wants to dread coming into work. No one wants to work with negative Nellie or complaining Carl. Changing your attitude — and the attitude of your coworkers isn’t hard once you know the secrets. Learn how you can identify and resolve burnout in yourself and your coworkers. Learn to love what you do, where you work, and even who you work with.
In the eyes of some of your colleagues you see the fire of passion and engagement. You know that they’re going to make a change in the world and you want that fire too. You can have it. You can harness it so that you are driven to greatness — without becoming burnt up in the process.
In this session you’ll learn how to reignite your fire and how to control it so that you can get things done and not get burned up.
Robert has a driving passion for delivering solutions through both teaching and learning. His drive for resolving problems is fueled by his creativity and innovation – by his ability to find solutions that others cannot find. A business owner and community leader for over 10 years, he has authored 26 books and edited over 100 additional books. He knows how to ignite engagement, stop from burning out, and freeze a snowballing conflict in its tracks.
Robert is an engaging presenter who speaks at local, regional, national, and international events. As a 15-time Microsoft MVP and recovering technologist, he has spoken to tens of thousands of professionals in a wide range of audiences. Professionally taught as a comedian, Robert joins his ability to focus others with just a little bit of humor to create a wonderful experience for his audiences. He is committed to making the complicated simple with a flair that is both engaging and inspiring.
Terri has a passion for helping people be healthy and happy, both physically and emotionally. As a clinical nurse specialist with over 30 years of experience in nursing, she understands how difficult healthcare and life is for patients and providers. Through this experience, she has developed tools that support healthcare providers in delivering effective and compassionate care to their patients and themselves and reducing healthcare-associated infections.
As an author, Terri engages and encourages her audiences and has spoken at local, regional, and national events. She inspires people to learn what boundaries are and how to maintain them, both professionally and personally, cool down a conflict during heated situations, and prevent and recover from burnout.
When she is not working, she spends her leisure time dissolving conflicts and improving communication patterns in her own home among her seven children and enjoying moments of peace and quiet with her husband, Rob.
Members In Transition (MIT)
SIM Indy is pleased to announce the launch of our chapter's Members In Transition (MIT) program, meeting immediately following the event. The Members In Transition group was developed to assist SIM members in need by providing a forum to share leads, opportunities, and advice. This program is open to all members for interactive collaboration, including those in need as well as those looking to help! More info about the national MIT program may be found here.
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