Join Lori and her guest, Christine O’Neill as they discuss burnout: how it happens, how to prevent it and what it takes to recover. Christine will bring her medical expertise as well as her personal experience with burnout and her recovery process.
A lot of people use the term ‘burnout’ casually. But let’s look at what this really entails. Burnout is a serious condition, and we need to pay attention to the damage it creates and how we are creating the conditions for more burnout to occur.
Burnout isn’t an indication that one is weak-willed or lacking resilience. It is a symptom of how we are trying to live in this era. Widespread burnout is an indication that as a society and culture, we are pressuring each other and ourselves to do more than we are designed to do. We are working more than ever, people are feeling more stressed than ever, tensions are high, conflict is rising, and many people are hitting the brick wall called burnout.
Join us 23 May, 12pm-1pm UK time (GMT+1)
Christine O’Neill, MMSc, PA-C, PCC is a clinician, former hospital executive, and burnout survivor who now helps others as a burnout recovery strategist, ICF-certified executive leadership coach, Certified Dare To Lead™ Professional, and yoga teacher.
She is passionate about helping overwhelmed executives learn how to make a difference while having a life using values-based prioritization and neuroscience-informed self-management techniques. She specializes in professional burnout recovery and executive coaching for people-first leaders.
Christine has worked in healthcare for 30 years, gaining deep experience in direct patient care, hospital leadership, non-profit board leadership, and grassroots political advocacy.
When not working, you’ll find Christine exploring new places in her campervan, developing plant-based recipes, petting all the dogs, and connecting with friends and family.