The American Psychological Association’s annual survey Stress in America has identified the workplace as one of the primary areas of perceived stress in people’s lives. The World Health Organization has included burnout in the most recent edition of ICD-11 as a “syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. “Stress is a vital mechanism but doesn't work when it's center stage. Learn how to increase productivity and positivity by making stress work FOR, rather than against you by increasing the skills of resilience and self-care. This session will cover actionable steps to increase resilience and prevent burnout, both on the individual level and the organizational level.
Kristina Hallett, PhD, ABPP
Dr. Kristina Hallett is an Executive Coach, Keynote Speaker, Board-Certified Clinical Psychologist and Associate Professor of Psychology at Bay Path University. She is the author of international best-sellers Own Best Friend: Eight Steps to a Life of Purpose, Passion, and Ease, and the newly released BE AWESOME! Banish Burnout –Create Motivation from the Inside Out. Dr. Hallett has a wealth of experience in speaking, teaching, and coaching. Dr. Hallett speaks internationally in several areas –leadership, work-life synergy, harnessing the positive power of stress, resilience, communication, self-care, mentoring, and living your best life. Dr. Hallett has her doctorate in Clinical Psychology and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Clinical Psychology. She is active in the Leadership Institute for Women in Psychology, the National Association of Professional Women, the American Psychological Association, the Senior Executive Women’s Network, and the E-Women Network.
Amy C. O’Neill, MS, LPC
After being thrust into the role of Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor, Amy C. O’Neill has turned her crisis and recovery into her cause. In her new chosen role as Resilience Expert and Motivational Speaker, Amy shares her life lesson of rebounding with individuals in order to help them learn how to go through and overcome their own personal trauma; and with professional responders who deal with expected and unexpected trauma on the job; as well as with groups from around the world so that they may learn to continue in the aftermath of community trauma and adversity