JOIN US MAY 24: A consultant who's worked with the US Army will explain how to prevent and recover from burnout
Paula Davis calls herself a "recovering people-pleasing perfectionist achieve-aholic." As a commercial real estate lawyer, she tried to exceed expectations in her incredibly demanding job. One day she wound up in the hospital for stress-induced stomach aches.
Today Davis is the founder and CEO of the
Davis' new book, "Beating
Join us Monday, May 24, at 11 a.m. EST/8 a.m. PST as Insider correspondent Shana Lebowitz interviews Davis live about tackling burnout head-on - both as a manager and as an employee.
We'll discuss how the pandemic has made employers more willing to address burnout, the perils of having your identity wrapped up in your job, and why preventing burnout is about structural overhauls as well as microchanges, or tweaks to your workday that make it more fulfilling.
You can sign up here for our free event.
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