Burnout, Boundaries and Career Change:

is the grass really greener?

Is the grass really greener on the other side?

At different times throughout your career, you may find yourself in a role that takes more from you than it gives. 

At first, those mounting day-to-day demands and expectations can be managed, or passed off as ‘a busy period’.
But eventually, you’re exhausted all the time, and your enthusiasm and passion have left the building. 

You know a change is necessary. 

Would something small like going to bed earlier help? Could you reinvigorate things by moving to a different area of the organisation?

Is it time to look for a new job, or perhaps, make a complete career change? 

In this free webinar, you will:

Learn how to establish clear, healthy boundaries in the workplace that will support you throughout your career.

Understand if burnout applies to you, and learn the difference between a boundary and a reaction.

Receive tips and insight on actually IMPLEMENTING these new boundaries at work, and not falling back into old habits.

Understand how to plan for a career that WILL align with your values, and foster greater career satisfaction.

Assess your values and motivators, and reflect on how these align with your current workplace.

Understand how to avoid taking on workload, priorities or burdens that aren’t actually yours to carry.

Learn how to shift your narrative, protect your peace, and manage your self-talk.

Making a career change when you're unhappy in your current role can seem like a straightforward solution, but it can actually be quite an intensive process.

Resume writing, selection criteria, interviewing. Handing in your resignation, starting a new role and learning the ropes in a new environment. For many people those things are challenging at the best of times, let alone while also balancing an unrelenting workload, or feeling mentally drained at the end of each day. 


Not to mention, theres a little work to be done if you want to avoid ending up back in the same place, all over again.


By taking small steps and tending to your emotional well-being and resilience, you can make a successful transition and establish clear, healthy boundaries in the workplace that will support you in a new role, and throughout your career.