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Topic: Wellbeing

Signs of Employee Burnout (and How to Fix It)

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There’s a new workplace crisis and it comes from chronically ill cultures that are making people sick. According to the 2020 Global Culture Report, 79% of employees are suffering from mild, moderate, or severe burnout. Burnout affects not only the individual’s mental and physical wellbeing, but also the organization as a whole. Organizations need to identify burnout before it happens, discover the cultural preconditions that foster burnout, and take active steps to fix it.

Join Alexander Lovell, Director of Research and Assessment at the O.C. Tanner Institute, and Clair Bidez, Research Analyst, as they lead this month’s webinar about the signs of burnout and how to prevent it in your organization.

Key takeaways:

• How to spot the signs of burnout.
• Discover the cultural factors that cause burnout.
• What initiatives you can take to combat burnout.


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Alex Lovell is the Director of Research and Assessment at the O.C. Tanner Institute. He is an advanced candidate for his PhD at the University of Utah and holds a Masters and Bachelors from American Military University. His research focuses on the intersection between culture change and corporate civic participation. In particular, he specializes in mixed-method and multi-method research, with a focus on blending qualitative research with survey and experimental data for rich insights. Alex has consulted with a variety of companies to develop and implement culture and recognition measurement plans and has extensive experience in the management of cross-national projects, data analysis, and return on investment KPI development and calculation.

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Clair Bidez is a Research Analyst with the O.C. Tanner Institute. Originally a physical geographer specializing in global ecological models, Clair loves applying her statistics skills to a variety of research topics including workplace culture. She earned a B.S. in Environmental Science from Westminster College and a M.S. in Geography from the University of Utah. Before Clair gave into her true nerdy nature, she was a professional snowboarder and member of the U.S. Snowboard Halfpipe Team for eight years


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