Posts Tagged: burnout

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How IT Can Prevent Public Servants From Burning Out

Although technology has drastically changed the way government operates, there are still some ideals that remain timeless about government. One of these is the foundation of what it means to be a public servant, which was perhaps said best by the Athenian Oath, nearly 2,000 years ago: “We will never bring disgrace on this our… Read more »

Burn-in, Burnout, and Workplace Griefbusting: Part I: Discovering Connections among, Loss, Grief, and Ghosts

[If you do not wish to receive my free writings, email [email protected]] Agenda: 1) Link to an Internet Radio Interview with the Stress Doc Click here: The Stress Doc Mark Gorkin MSW LICSW 03/09 by H2O Netwo | Blog Talk Radio or http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theh2onetwork/2012/03/10/the-stress-doc-mark-gorkin-msw-licsw and 2) New essay: Burn-in, Burnout, and Workplace Griefbusting: Part I Discovering… Read more »

Practice Safe Stress: Using Humor to Build Resiliency

For the Sep 27th “Wellness Summit” in Indianapolis sponsored by the Indiana Chamber of Conference and the Indiana Wellness Council, I’ve been asked to write a brief promotional article about my upcoming Keynote — “Practice Safe Stress: Using Humor to Build Resiliency.” They’re expecting at least 500 people. It should be a blast! I think… Read more »