The Burnout is Real:Better Balance, Backed by Data
First in, last out, too much coffee...sound familiar? This seems to be the norm despite a growing body of research supporting work-life balance. According to the American Institute of Stress (2016), stress is costing U.S. businesses $300 billion a year in absenteeism, turnover and lost productivity. Yet many of us remain hyper focused on navigating the corporate jungle gym and forget that the jungle gym is part of the playground. In short: the burnout is real and deserves our attention. This panel session will focus on data-driven tips for maintaining a healthy lifestyle that keeps you centered, both in the office and beyond the halogen lights. Join us to learn how to tune in and power up, and turn off and power down, to perform at your best. And feel great doing it.
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- Education supported by data that shows how lifestyle choices affect workplace productivity.
- Tips & tricks for remaining centered and nonreactive in the office and beyond the halogen lights.
- Learnings from research and personal experiences.
Jamie Maniloff, Assistant Manager, Chevrolet Customer Lifecycle Management, General Motors