Addicted to Busy: Your Blueprint for Burnout Prevention
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Are you addicted to busy? Burnout is one of the fast growing professional obstacles people face, and it’s hitting high-achieving women hard. In this informative 30-minute session, Paula Davis-Laack, a stress and resiliency expert, will explore what burnout is, what causes it, and the warning signs you need to look out for. Participants will come away with a “Burnout Prevention Blueprint” and specific strategies that will help them build their resilience to stress, so they can thrive both personally and professionally.
Join the free teleclass by phone on Tuesday, November 17th, at 12:00 pm CST
* Call In Details Will Be Sent In Your Confirmation Email Upon Registration
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Paula Davis-Laack, JD, MAPP, is a former practicing lawyer, an internationally-published writer, speaker, media contributor and a burnout prevention and stress resilience expert. She has taught and coached burnout prevention and resiliency skills to thousands of professionals around the world. Her articles on stress, burnout prevention, resilience and thriving at work are prominently featured on her blogs in The Huffington Post, U.S. News & World Report and Psychology Today. She is the author of two e-books, the latest one titled, “Addicted to Busy: Your Blueprint for Burnout Prevention.” Davis-Laack works with brands such as American Express and NIVEA to help craft messages around what it means to have success, health and happiness today. Her expertise has been featured in and on O, The Oprah Magazine, Time.com, Fast Company, Forbes.com, Redbook, “The Steve Harvey Show,” Huffington Post Live and a variety of radio programs and podcasts. She was also named a Top 10 Online Influencer in the area of Stress by Sharecare, which is a Dr. Oz website. She is the founder and CEO of the Davis Laack Stress & Resilience Institute, a practice devoted to helping companies and busy professionals create sustainable success by helping them prevent burnout and build stress resilience.