Live Webinar: Battling Burnout at Work

Work is ranked as the number one stressor for employees across industries and around the globe, and recent research shows that up to 75% of employees are currently experiencing symptoms of burnout. With the unprecedented challenges that organizations and employees are facing right now, building stress resilience to prevent burnout and enhance well-being is more critical than ever. The good news: research shows that stress resilience can be developed through science-backed skills. In this webinar, you will learn:

The top indicators of employee burnout as well as the key drivers of burnout

The number 1 mistake organizations make when implementing workplace well-being programs

Specific action steps individuals, teams, leaders and organizations can take to promote well-being and prevent burnout

The neuroscience of stress and barriers to effective stress management

An applicable, science-backed skill for developing greater resilience, adaptability and well-being


When: March 25, 2021 1:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Duration: 1 hour
Price: Free

About the Speaker

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AJ is one of the first in the world to graduate with the Master’s in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) degree from University of Pennsylvania. Over the last decade, AJ has applied her education through teaching employees and leaders science-driven strategies to build stress resilience, improve team cohesion, increase agility, and enhance overall well-being and performance. She has worked with organizations such as the Wharton Business School, the U.S. Air Force, Memorial Hospital of Converse County and the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute. Currently, AJ partners with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to deliver well-being webinars to NOAA’s workforce. AJ is also contributor on the popular Psychology Today website. Learn more about AJ, here:

What people are saying about AJ's trainings and webinars

AJ is a GREAT resilience trainer. She exudes interest in the topics, showcases personal experiences, and captures the audiences’ attention in an engaging and professional manner. She also provides constructive feedback to help those learning to become more resilient. Thank you AJ!

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Rachel Zuilan, MHR
DEI @ U.S. Department of Defense

I gave AJ the task of learning our organization's culture, roadblocks and challenges in a short timeframe, and she turned around a customized training that resonated deeply with our people. AJ is a pleasure to work with and able to design a training that feels like the leaders of your organization created this from the inside.

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Robin Vanneman, PHRca
L&D Manager @ CNM, LLP

It is rare to come across someone like AJ. I attended a master resilience trainer's course. AJ knocked it out of the park. Her wealth of knowledge brings with it the utmost creditably, and her instruction reached every person regardless of their background, position, or education level.


Derek Boyle
Executive Level Federal Agent @ U.S. CBP

AJ is absolutely brilliant when it comes to teaching and facilitating resilience and well-being skills. Her passion is genuine as she guides teams through the process of learning resilience skills and relays the benefits of practicing the skills on a daily basis to improve one's health and well-being.

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Vincent Eure
CSC @ Joint Base Andrews