Augusta University offers workshops on leadership resilience and burnout

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Great leaders are rarely born that way.

It can take years of experience — including success and failure — to develop and know how to use emotional intelligence. Great leaders not only know how to build relationships to get the job done, but they are also good coaches who strategize about the future. Leaders also know when to take time for themselves to refocus and better serve their team and organization.

If you would like to boost your leadership experience, save the date for the Augusta University Health Advisory Board’s leadership development workshops focused on resilience and burnout. View a list of workshops below.

Reducing Stress and Burnout

8 a.m.- noon. Thursday, Nov. 7

Leaders may not be able to control their work environment but they can control how they respond to it. This workshop will teach participants proven tactics to work more efficiently while reducing stress to prevent burnout over time. The speaker for this session will be Jim Veronesi, a special director and faculty member of the Advisory Board Company’s Talent Development division.

Leading Amidst Uncertainty with Ann Relling

8 a.m.- noon. Friday, Nov. 8

Participants will learn how to view uncertainty as a source of motivation and explore new ways to elevate their confidence when contending with uncertainty in their day-to-day work. The speaker for this class will be Ann Relling, senior director and faculty member with the Advisory Board Company’s Talent Development division.

Seating is limited for both sessions, and you must RSVP to attend. Contact the Office of Learning, Leadership & Development for more information about these workshops.

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Danielle Harris is Senior Media Relations Coordinator at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-721-7511 or deharris1@augusta.edu.

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