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[Public Event] Dealing with Digital Burnout
Note: Tickets are free for CSI Members. Please enter and apply the promo code CSIMember at checkout. Please register for this online workshop through Eventbrite.
“Burnout” refers to the impacts of facing prolonged periods of intense mental, physical, or emotional stress due to overworking, whether in professional, academic, or social contexts.
COVID-19 has inevitably introduced new challenges and adjustments to our work, whether we’re working remotely, looking for work, or working longer hours. Setting healthy boundaries around work, managing and restoring our energy, and navigating increased screen time are just a few of the many changes we’re confronted with.
During this action-oriented workshop, you will:
- Connect with others who are also seeking to understand their relationships to stress, productivity, and burnout.*
- Explore and unpack sources of burnout, including signs and signals of high stress.
- Learn and apply practical tools and strategies to manage your energy and time during COVID-19 and beyond, including tips for building healthy habits.
*Please note that the facilitators of this workshop are not mental health professionals.
No one will be turned away due to costs. Please send us a message at email@example.com if this is a barrier.
Registered participants will receive a Zoom meeting link to participate in this workshop via email on the morning of Tuesday May 26th. Don’t see an email from us? Please reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s what past participants had to say about their workshop experience:
“[The workshop was] tremendous and highly valuable, refreshing, energizing, insightful, thought provoking, and reassuring.”
“It was a very relevant and important topic to address. I loved the breakout sessions. It was extremely well facilitated and it flowed flawlessly.”
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