Preventing Collaborative Burnout: How to Manage the Stresses of Network Collaboration

Burnout is a state of emotional, physical, and cognitive exhaustion caused by long-term excessive stress. There is usually a tipping point from ‘feeling stressed’ to ‘burnout’.” 

Summary

In this webinar, Harry Hoffmann, Coordinator of the WEA Global Member Care Network, describes the unique circumstances of network leadership, the external and internal challenges, and its cumulative, long-term effects on the health and well being of a network leader or leadership team. Harry also discusses preventative steps leaders can use and introduces the Pyramid of Care, a model of care that can be applied to both network leaders and members.

Key Ideas

  • The unique challenges and stresses of collaborative leadership
  • The differences between stress and burnout
  • Ideas for managing your own or your team’s collaborative stress levels
  • Introduces the Pyramid of Care, a model of care that can be applied to both network leaders and members.

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