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Strategies to Prevent and Recover from Burnout

Burnout has been a hot topic in workplaces for the past several years, yet 57% workers are continuing to report symptoms associated with burnout. Workers in financial services frequently have roles that involve travel, extended hours away from home, pressure to perform, and encounter high emotional labor in their day-to-day responsibilities which can lead to increased risk of burnout and other stress related ailments. Burnout isn't just an individual issue, in fact, it is primarily a systems issue which means organizations must adapt to protect the health and wellbeing of their workforce. The good news is there are many evidence-based strategies you can put into place and in this talk we'll focus on what you can do for yourself and provide you with actionable steps you can bring back to implement at your organization or with clients.

Chase Sterling has dedicated her career to improving individual and organizational wellbeing in the workplace. With over two decades of experience, Chase brings passion combined with evidence-based expertise.

Dedicated to the mission of improving workplaces, Chase founded Wellbeing Think Tank which provides educational events on individual and organizational wellbeing. Additionally, Chase partners with organizations to drive employee engagement at HHP Cultures. She has held leadership and consulting roles at a variety of organizations including Google, Wounded Warrior Project, Cigna and the University of Dayton. 

Chase has been published in the The American Journal of Health Promotion and serves on PAPREN, the Physical Activity Policy Research and Evaluation Network Worksite work group. She holds numerous certifications including Certified Wellness Practitioner from National Wellness Institute, and is Faculty at the Wellness Council of America. Chase holds a BS in Exercise Science and Health Psychology and an MA in Industrial/Organizational Psychology with a concentration in Occupational Health Psychology. 

Chase is also a veteran having served 7 years in the Army. She currently resides in Portland, Oregon.

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