The Effects of Employee Burnout
What is happening in our world that is making this a trending topic? Googling search engine shows 114 million results on the topic of burnout. Burnout transcends all facets, however the topic of burnout in the workplace is extremely important as it relates to work life balance.
Employee burnout costs $125 to $190 billion in health care spending annually (according to Harvard Business Review). Learn steps you can take to extinguish the burnout at this month’s Good Morning Schaumburg.
This puts organizational leaders in a tough predicament. How do you inspire higher productivity and performance yet align with an employee's sense of purpose, passion, and well-being? This Good Morning Schaumburg panel will be focused on providing our audience with a cross section of tools and resources right here in our Schaumburg community to inspire our employees, improve performance and work life balance.
MEET THE PANEL
Gennie Anderson, Respiratory Therapy Manager, Prism Health Care Services. Gennie and her team of seven Respiratory Therapists create a plan of care to educate and ensure therapy compliance goals are met for patients who have been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea and other respiratory obstruction diseases. Gennie has been a Respiratory Therapist for 39 years and uses continuous positive airway therapy to manager her sleep disturbance disorder.
Mary Beth Janssen, CAyur, RYT, CMT ? President of Janssen Source, Inc., Wellness Director for Community Physical Therapy (CPT), Mind-Body Health Specialist for the Chopra Center for Well-Being
Melissa Donohoe, MS, RD, LD- Clinical Nutrition Manager, Prism Health Care Services, Inc. Melissa manages a team of 10 Registered Dietitians at Prism Health Care Services. The team is focused on clinical oversight and wellness programs to improve health outcomes. Improving Your Emotional Health Through Healthier Eating ? Moods Through Foods
Colleen Baader, Senior Vice President and Head of Design at Rieke Office Interiors: Creating Space that Allows for Healing Engagement Her personal philosophy is to use design to connect people to their environment, and this mantra infects her colleagues and her clients in the best way, every single day. From 1995 to 2002, she was a designer at ROI. She then spent 10 years running her own design business followed by a few years designing for Centegra Health System. Finally, in 2014, she returned to ROI to launch and lead our design team.