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Balancing Life: Avoiding Burnout at Work and Home



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Presented by Crystal Tyler-Mackey, Extension Specialist, Community Viability, Virginia Tech; Bethany Eigel, 4-H Youth Development Agent and Unit Coordinator, Chesterfield County; and Dr. Kim Allen, North Carolina Extension

This resource is available as a video only.

Burnout (Noun): State of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by prolonged stress. We are all susceptible to burnout, especially given the ongoing stressors related to the current pandemics. While there are many ways to mitigate burnout, this session will focus on using strengths, or the talents we are born with and sharpen over time, to help prevent burnout.

Presenter: Dr. Kim Allen, North Carolina Extension
Hosts: Crystal Tyler-MacKey, Bethany Eigel, and the VCE Human Development Team

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Publication Date

April 15, 2022