STRESS & BURNOUT
LET'S FOCUS ON
All of our practises within the Stress & Burnout field are based upon the latest data and science.
We have specialized in taking the COVID-factor into account because new patterns of stress and management level burnout are emerging.
Burnout is a syndrome of physical and emotional exhaustion, and diminished professional efficacy which can result from a combination of prolonged work stress and dysfunctional ways of coping.
Burnout has both individual and organizational relevance since it is associated with physical and mental illness which negatively impacts quality of work and quality of life.
"Burnout is a state of emotional, mental, and often physical exhaustion brought on by prolonged or repeated stress".
Low Energy + Overreaction + Disconnection + Confusion + Misunderstandings + Avoidance + People Pleasing + Cynicism
Low Productivity + Fatigue + Absence + Anxiety + Illness + Depression + Addictive Patterns + Withdrawal + Shame
Benefits of Recovery
Wellbeing + Productivity + Creativity + Initiative + Balance + Connectivity + Clarity + Physical Vitality + Engagement
~ Did you know ~
That up to 71% of professionals experience burnout in their current job and 51% of people who burnout once will burnout again.
HOW ARE YOU DOING?
...and how is your team?
The Unlearn Burnout Assessment provides you with a comprehensive report based on your answers to the Assessment.
The Unlearn Burnout Report gives you 4 key insights on burnout risk factors + clear direction on how to recover from burnout and prevent relapse based on clinical research.
The Unlearn Report outlines specific areas of potential growth for the individual, and is the only assessment on the market which includes this empowering information.
~ It's a Fact ~
That burnout-related absenteeism tends to last for relatively long periods compared with other mental and physical health conditions
Recovering from stress or burnout requires more than taking time off and getting a break from the daily workload - at home or in the office.
Beyond rest; true recovery and relapse prevention require that we unlearn the mental structures, emotional programming and behavioural strategies which make us succeptible to burnout in the first place.
We need to build ressilience.
~ High Cost ~
Poor mental health costs have risen by 16% costing UK employers up to £45 billion a year.
Emotional stress is a major contributing factor to the six leading causes of death in the United States.
The Unlearn Method has a specific approach to stress and burnout that includes assessment, prevention and recovery.
For those desiring support and assistance based on their Assessment results, we combine 3 essential elements in our trainings and leadership programs:
1. Clinically proven techniques from psychology
2. Mindfulness based stress reduction
3. Stress science.
It's great to provide support for a person experiencing burnout and even greater (easier and more cost-effective) to support that person before it happens.
~ Big Pay Off ~
Companies can expect a 3:1 return on a reactive approach to mental health, compared to an average return of 6:1 for a company-wide culture/awareness raising approach.
WE NEED MORE
Current burnout inventories are, in our humble opinion, either too narrow or lacking some major indicators of succeptibility to stress and burnout. We are missing a focus on early detection, rather than diagnostics once symptoms are impossible to ignore.
In the modern workplace, the capital (both human and monetary) connected to stress and burnout are no joke.
Through easy-to-access digital assessments we can map out the exact areas of growth within the key areas of common behaviour patterns and personality traits that lead to stress and burnout.
This empowers us to start strengthening the wellbeing of ourselves, our colleagues and employees way ahead of burnout occurring.
Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI)
The MBI is a psychological assessment instrument comprising 22 symptom items pertaining to occupational burnout. The original form of the MBI was developed the goal of assessing an individual's experience of burnout. The MBI measures three dimensions of burnout: emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and personal accomplishment.
Bergen Burnout Inventory (BBI)
The Bergen Burnout Inventory, 9 items (BBI; Feldt et al., 2014) measures burnout in the work context (in all occupations), assessing 1. exhaustion at work (emotional component), 2. cynicism toward the meaning of work (cognitive component), and 3. the sense of inadequacy at work (behavioral component).
Copenhagen Burnout Inventory (CBI)
The CBI consists of three scales measuring; 1. personal burnout 2. work-related burnout, and 3. client-related burnout, for use in different domains.
The existing burnout inventories rate people based on their experience of exhaustion, detachment and decreased work efficacy. While the scoring does help identify whether a person is in burnout, they do not provide insights into why the person burns out.
Recent studies show that there are psychological personality traits that predispose people to experiencing burnout. In accordance with current inventories, the Unlearn Burnout Assessment can be used to diagnose burnout as well as highlight the traits and behaviors which can be targeted to prevent burnout, improve recovery and prevent relapse.
~ REFERENCES ~
Women in the Workplace study by McKinsey & LeanIn
Occupational burnout and medically certified sickness absence: a population-based study of Finnish employees
Do age and gender contribute to workers’ burnout symptoms?