Burnout is a widespread problem, but it’s more preventable than many people think. In Part 1 of my two-part series on burnout, I talk about what burnout is and how to think about it.
Today, I talk about burnout. I give a preview of what to expect from this episode and its counterpart. I share the three characteristics of burnout, and I talk about the risk factors of burnout both in and out of the workplace. I also share a helpful analogy to help you visualize the concepts I discuss.
“Awareness precedes change.”
– Dr Mark Rowe
This week on In the Doctor’s Chair:
- What is burnout?
- The three characteristics of burnout
- Risk factors of burnout
- Why burnout affects you in and out of the workplace
- The car analogy
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