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Avoid burnout by increasing your mental wealth #acpns #qsocent

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How are you feeling at the end of the year? Now is the best time to reset and recharge and make sure you avoid burnout in 2024.

In this session we will chat with Dr Grace Sha whose work aims to empower individuals and teams to reconnect and rediscover their passion for work, without burning out.

We will be discussing:
• Is work-life balance a myth?
• How your workplace culture can prevent burnout
• The role meaningful and genuine connections play
• Why burnout is so common amongst people working in the community, health and social enterprise sectors.
• How to start every day, to protect yourself from burnout


Grace is a survivor of burnout, she has triumphed over shocking adversities and challenges. Her story is one of resilience, adventure and hope


This event is free and online, so please join us!


WHAT IS TEA AND BUNS? 

The name Tea and Buns is from a quote in The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame “Come along inside…we’ll see if tea and buns can make the world a better place”.  Tea & Buns creates an opportunity to learn from each other, discuss the latest research and how we might apply research to our work. The webinar is online, free and gives you access to a vibrant network of like-minded people, including researchers at QUT. Each month we tackle topical leadership questions. These topics are guided by the news, and what YOU want to talk about. We do promise to provide a safe place to chat where you can tap into the insight, research and experiences of many people in the sector.

Did you know?

You can watch past Tea & Buns webinars anytime. Check out these amazing topics and speakers via the ACPNS site


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