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Surviving Job Burnout in the Academy and Beyond

Surviving Job Burnout in the Academy and Beyond

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March 25, 2019

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Dealing with job burnout is an essential part of any career, academic or otherwise. Those feelings of resistance—to grading one more paper, teaching one more class, writing one more paragraph—can drag us down and away from why we started these careers in the first place. How can we effectively deal with burnout and stay motivated to finish up another academic year? How can we stay motivated to meet summer goals?

In this webinar, Dr. Kate Drabinski discusses strategies for dealing with job burnout, getting inspired again, and getting projects done even when we’d rather do just about anything else.

Surviving Job Burnout in the Academy and Beyond

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