Avoid Burnout in Travel
Duration: 1 Hour
Burnout isn't something new but it's growing at an alarming rate. The Physchologist, Herbert Freudenberger, introduced the term burnout in 1974, to describe emotional exhaustion, reduced performance and cynicism due to extreme pressure at work.
Key Topics Covered:
> Describe the signs of burnout
> Identify if you have burnout
> Explain what causes burnout
> Recognise the benefits of applying the Pomodoro Technique to your day
> Express the importance of turning to others
> Positively reframe negative statements that impact our perception
> List a number of activities which will minimise the likelihood of burnout
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About the Author:
Fi Morrison-Arnthal is award winning, travel training and development expert. She has 30 years in the industry managing highly successful sales, customer service, operations, HR and learning and development teams, making her uniquely qualified to lead the design and delivery of online educational content that those working in travel really need to succeed and thrive in their careers. Fi also owns Ambitions, the travel and hospitality recruitment specialists.