Do you have to drag yourself to work? Do you have trouble getting your day started?
Have you become increasingly irritable or impatient with co-workers, customers, or clients?
Do you find yourself working seven days a week?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, or all of them, you might be experiencing career burnout.
Career burnout is a special type of work-related stress — a state of physical or emotional exhaustion that also involves a sense of reduced accomplishment and loss of personal identity.
Your best solution to this can be summed up in a word:
In this episode, Beth Kennedy talks about how you will be able to beat burnout in this busy world. We will learn the key strategies of her Bennati Resiliency Model to develop resilience, maximize your impact, and increase your influence.
Beth’s tips and techniques will help you build a great foundation for success in leadership.
A bit about Beth:
Beth Benatti Kennedy is a leadership coach, resiliency-training expert, and speaker. She has worked with a diverse range of clients including The Gillette Company, Nike, Takeda Pharmaceutical Company, Pfizer Inc., and others. Her Benatti Resiliency Model® has helped thousands of people develop the resilience to adapt to changing career circumstances, remain productive and engaged, and find greater life and career satisfaction.
Whether it’s leadership coaching, conducting training programs, or speaking at professional conferences and symposiums, her mission is to recharge individuals in their careers and lives so that they have the energy needed for a rapidly changing world and environment.
As a leadership coach, she works with individuals on how to use their influence strategically, collaborate effectively, and focus on innovation. Beth shows them how to develop resilience habits to maximize their professional and personal impact, increase their influence, and build their brand.
The training component of her business gives her the opportunity to offer my success strategies to more than just individuals. My training sessions focus on keeping employees resilient, engaged, and productive, and able to manage change and transition within the organization. Beth also provides teams and departments with ways to increase collaboration and effectiveness with Team Type training.