Productivity in the Face of Burnout
Many research articles mention burnout as a work condition. What if it stems from more than long hours on the job? During this presentation, you will learn how emotions can intensify workload and increase a person’s likelihood of burning out. You will also hear research-proven and anecdotal indications that will allow you to predict a burnout state before it happens, and tips to come back stronger from burnout. Be productive without repeating the exhausting history!
This virtual meeting will be held as a Zoom webinar with automatic live captioning available. Attendees will have the opportunity to submit questions for the presenter and to use text chat to interact with each other.
How to Attend This Event
MEMBERS: New for the 2022–2023 season, all PEN members will receive the access link for this meeting ahead of the event date—no registration required. However, registering does help us know how many attendees to expect.
NONMEMBERS: Registration is required to attend this meeting and closes two hours before the start of the event. Nonmembers may attend up to two free Professional Editors Network meetings before becoming a member, but access to recordings of our meetings is an exclusive benefit of PEN membership.
When you register, you will receive an immediate confirmation email indicating when you will receive the meeting link. If you registered but cannot find your confirmation email, or if you have any questions about this event, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kara Stevens is a disabled veteran who writes dark psychological fantasies to heal from C-PTSD and learn more about herself. After receiving her MS in sports and health sciences, she switched her attention to writing. Her self-published novel, The Scarring of the Roshanra, became the first stepping-stone to her writing career. After she graduated with her AFA in creative writing, her teachers, husband, and writing friends encouraged her to edit for others. She draws on her love of reading, her attention to detail, and empathic compassion to give clients the best and kindest feedback she can.
When not writing and editing, she continues to evolve, learning to relax with her husband and emotional support animals and appreciating the calm before, during, and after the storm.