WEBINAR: Solving Career Burnout

Date: February 6, 2019
Time: 12:00 pm until 1:00 pm

Location: Virtual Venue (Online)

Do you sometimes feel burned out, stressed or less energized at work? Even when you are in a job you enjoy, this can happen to you, especially if you have been in the same career for years or at the same organization for a long time. We all need to take time for self-care and to recharge our batteries and too often, this necessary task falls to the bottom of out list. Taking personal time for yourself can help - but re-engaging your strengths in a different way at work, or re-evaluating your values and priorities can also make an enormous difference. In this workshop Hallie will discuss how to handle this difficult situation and provide you with several ways to re-charge and feel re-inspired again.

You will learn:
1. How to identify your personal and career values.
2. What you can do to honor your values more, personally and professionally, on a regular basis.
3. 10 tips to manage feeling burned out.

Our presenter, Hallie Crawford, is a certified career coach and national career expert based in Atlanta GA. Her company, HallieCrawford.com, and team of coaches have helped thousands of people worldwide identify and transition into their dream career. Hallie is regularly featured as a career expert in the media including Forbes.com, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, AJC and Fox Business News. For more information about their services visit www.halliecrawford.com.  

Register here

Recommended dress for this event: Casual

More information:

For more information, please contact the UGA Career Center at 706-542-3375.

This event is sponsored by the University of Georgia Career Center

*Unless otherwise noted, all University of Georgia Career Center events are for University of Georgia students and University of Georgia alumni only. Some employer information sessions are conducted by invitation only. Before attending an employer information session, please check the event details in Handshake to determine any attendance eligibility requirements.

The Career Center is committed to providing access for all people. If you have accessibility concerns, please contact us at (706) 542-3375 prior to the event to arrange reasonable accommodations.